Barbara Daigneault was the cousin of my best friend in high school. She was in her final year of mechanical engineering, and helped her father, a professor, as a teaching assistant.
Geneviève Bergeron (1968-1989), a scholarship student majoring in civil engineering. She was also a talented musician.
Hélène Colgan (1966-1989), final year mechanical engineering student.
Nathalie Croteau (1966-1989), mechanical engineering student.
Anne-Marie Edward (1968-1989) chemical engineering student and member of the university’s alpine ski team. Her family elected to bury her in her team uniform.
Maud Haviernick (1960-1989) had a bachelor’s degree in environmental studies and was in her second year of materials engineering.
Maryse Laganière (1964-1989), worked in the Ecole Polytechnique’s budget department. She had recently married.
Maryse Leclair (1966-1989), materials engineering student.
Anne-Marie Lemay (1967-1989), mechanical engineering student.
Sonia Pelletier (1961-1989), final year mechanical engineering student.
Michèle Richard (1968-1989), materials engineering student.
Annie St-Arneault (1966-1989), mechanical engineering student.
Annie Turcotte (1969-1989), materials engineering student.
Barbara Klucznik-Widajewicz (1958-1989), nursing student (she and her husband had chosen to have supper that fateful evening at the Ecole Polytechnique, because its cafeteria offered the lowest prices on campus).
Four more souls, unable to cope with the trauma of that day’s events, ended their own lives as a result.