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Bernardsville Library to Remember Resident Who Perished in World Trade Center Attack

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9-11 Memorial at the Bernardsville Public Library Credits: Bernardsville Public Library
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Plaque dedicating 9-11 memorial at the Bernardsville Public Library Credits: Bernardsville Public Library
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Memorial plaque for Allison Horstmann Jones at the Bernardsville Public Libarary Credits: Bernardsville Public Library
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Memorial plaque for Thomas Reinig at the Bernardsville Public Library 9-11 Memorial Credits: Bernardsville Public Library
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BERNARDSVILLE NJ - There will be a remembrance, dedicated to the memory of Allison Horstmann Jones and Thomas Reinig, at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 11, at the 9/11 Memorial at Bernardsville Public Library, located at 1 Anderson Hill Road.  Horstmann and Reinig were Bernardsville residents who perished in the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001.

Allison Horstmann Jones was a 1988 Bernards High graduate who was working as a vice president in institutional sales for Sandler O'Neill and Partners, an investment banking firm located on the 104th floor of the World Trade Center.  Jones was married to another Bernardsville resident, Harry T. Jones, IV.  At the time of her passing, she was training with her father-in-law to run in the 2001 New York City Marathon.  The 2001 race would have been her second marathon.

Thomas Reinig was working on the 105th floor of the World Trade Center when the attack occurred.  Reinig was an investment banker at e-Speed, a spinoff of Cantor Fitzgerald.  Reinig was a graduate of Upsala College, who earned an M.B.A. at Rutgers Unviersity.  He was married and a father of two sons.

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