MILWAUKEE -- Midwest Express Airlines officials Sunday updated the list of the 31 people killed in the crash Friday of a DC-9 jet airliner at Mitchell Field.
The information came from Midwest Express spokesman Jose Oller and William Wicks, a vice president from Kimberly-Clark, Inc. world headquarters in Dallas, who was at Mitchell Field.
Wicks said the airline has no evidence that Daniel Millen, of New York, was on Flight 105. Millen was reported missing by a Milwaukee woman who was unsure whether Millen had boarded the plane with a ticket in a business colleague's name, or whether he had taken a flight to Detroit.
Wicks said the list of victims had been verified by next of kin. He said the only thing that would settle the question about Millen is the Milwaukee County Coroner's identification of the bodies. ---
The following is a list of crash victims:
Thomas Baranello, 28, Martins Landing, Ga. Kimberly-Clark financial analyst at Roswell, Ga. operation.
Nick Christopher, 33, Grafton, Wis. Marketing manager for M W Cash Co., a sporting goods wholesale dealership. Married, father of two young children.
John Connelly, 50, Appleton, Wis. A pilot for another airline, on Flight 105 as a passenger.
Paulette Chandler, 40, Madison, Wis. A caligrapher and mother of two.
Mike Danhope, 38, Alpharetta, Ga. Design technician for Kimberly-Clark at Roswell, Ga. operation.
Cal Vern Davis, Stone Mountain, Georgia.
Nicholas Decandia, 46, Appleton, Wis. Vice president of manufacturing for Thilmany Pulp & Paper Co., Kaukauna, Wis. Formerly vice president of manufacturing for Johnson & Johnson Dental Products of New Jersey.
Michael Dupuis, 27, La Grange, Ga. A Kimberly-Clark engineer at LaGrange, Ga., mill.
Bill Epsilantis, Atlanta, Georgia.
Charles Hargrove, Waynesville, North Carolina.
Donald David Helms, Decatur, Ga.
Kurt Holt, Atlanta.
Steve Hynson, Covington, Georgia.
Donald Jenkins, 59, Marietta, Ga. Manager of major products for Neenah Paper Division, a subsidiary of Kimberly-Clark, which has headquarters in Roswell, Ga., and has operations in Whiting, Wis.
Celeste Lunsford, Decatur, Georgia.
Nancy Mani, Savannah, Ga.
Frank McGibboney, Stone Mountain, Ga.
Darla Medley, Norcross, Ga.
Richard Pope, 50, Douglasville, Ga. Territory sales manager in the southern region for the Johnson Controls building controls division. He was in Milwaukee for a meeting.
Ray 'Rick' Schmuhl, 24, Marietta, Ga. General Electric employee in Milwaukee for training.
J. Scott Simmons, 26, Savannah, Ga. Controls engineer for the Johnson Controls building controls division. He was returning home after training in Milwaukee.
Elkins Simpson, 31, Riverdale, Ga. Kimberly-Clark research scientist at Roswell, Ga. operation.
John Skagen, 57, Roswell, Ga. President of the Neenah Paper Division of Kimberly-Clark. He had been with the company for 36 years.
Don Sooy, Lilburn, Ga.
Earl Sweet, Norcross, Georgia.
John Tucks, Conyvers, Ga.
Ricky Waters, 27, Mableton, Ga. Controls engineer for Johnson Controls. He was returning home after training in Milwaukee.
Danny Martin, 31, captain and pilot, Appleton, Wis. Had been with Midwest Express for two years. He had previously flown for Kimberly-Clark, the parent firm of Midwest Express, in Canada. His wife, Melanie, is expecting a child.
William Weiss, 37, co-pilot, Hortonville, Wis. He joined Midwest Express in June 1984. He was married and had two teenage children.
Amy Bain, 21, Milwaukee. Flight attendant who moved to Milwaukee from Green Bay, Wis., in June. At one time she worked for Midwest in Appleton, Wis.
Sharon Herb, 24, Milwaukee. Flight attendant who was working on a master's degree in geology at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Originally from Shawano, Wis.