Some of those who recited victims' names at the ceremony marking the anniversary of the World Trade Center attack: 

Joe M. Allbaugh, director, Federal Emergency Management Agency 

Stephen J. Cassidy, president, Uniformed Firefighters Association 

Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, D-N.Y. 

Todd D. Coleman, brother of victims Keith E. and Scott T. Coleman 

Sen. Jon S. Corzine, D-N.J. 

Robert De Niro, actor 

Marsha Johnson Evans, president and chief executive, American Red Cross 

Christy Ferer, widow of Port Authority director and victim Neil Levin 

Rudolph Giuliani, former mayor of New York 

Richard Grasso, president and chief executive, New York Stock Exchange 

Melissa Ielpi, sister of firefighter and victim Jonathan Ielpi 

Raymond W. Kelly, New York City police commissioner 

Bernard Kerik, former New York City police commissioner 

Michael A. Lomonaco, former executive chef, Windows on the World 

Imam Izak-El Mu'eed Pasha, New York Police Department chaplain 

Rabbi Joseph Potasnik, New York Fire Department chaplain 

Secretary of State Colin L. Powell 

Sen. Charles E. Schumer, D-N.Y. 

Nicholas Scoppetta, New York City fire commissioner 

Jack G. Sinagra, chairman, Port Authority of New York & New Jersey 

Kathleen Stanton, survivor 

Jean Colaio Steinbach, sister of victims Mark and Stephen Colaio 

Franklin Thomas, chairman, The September 11th Fund 

Sen. Robert G. Torricelli, D-N.J. 

Thomas Von Essen, former New York City fire commissioner 

Wesley A. Wong, FBI agent