Who Was Lost
the Moravian College extended family, Noel J. Foster 82 is
the only confirmed death among the casualties of September 11.
41, of Bridgewater, N.J., was a reinsurance manager and vice president
with Aon Corp. The Chicago-based risk assessment and insurance company
had offices on the 92nd, 99th and 100th floors of World Trade Center
had arrived late to work on September 11 because he was helping
an employee with a broken leg get to the office, said Fosters
college roommate, Stanley Rugis 82 of Easton, who spoke to
we speculate is he was helping that person get out of the office
when the building went down, Rugis said.
Moravian, Foster was a member of Beta Lambda Chi fraternity, published
a newspaper and started the Society for Political and Economic Consciousness.
also campaigned for state Rep. Bob Freeman in his successful bid
to represent the 136th district in the Legislature.
an appreciation published September 14, Carlson (Corky)
J. Blake 82, a sports columnist with the Express-Times,
wrote of Foster: We respected each other, tried to get Moravian
to divest itself from multinational companies with ties to South
Africa and never had an argument in two years of off-campus living.
is survived by his wife, Nancy, and their daughters Megan, 8, and