Update: Tech Victims - The Growing List

Here is the most current list available of the members of the tech industry killed in Tuesday's attacks.

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Prominent technology workers who lost their lives in this weeks terrorist attacks:

Anna Wilson Allison, 48, president of A2 Software Solutions

Myra Aronson, 52, analyst relations manager of software and services provider Compuware

Todd Beamer, 32, Oracle sales account manager

Graham Berkeley, 37, project manager of software and services provider Compuware

Klaus Bothe, 31, executive of German software company BCT Technologies

Christoffer Carstanjen, 33, computer researcher at University of Massachusetts

Jeffery Coombs, 42, Compaq Computer project manager

Charles Falkenberg, 45, director of research of data intelligence company ECOlogic - American Airlines Flight 77

Ed Felt, 41, software maker BEA Systems engineer - United Airlines Flight 93

Edmund Glazer, 41, chief financial officer of MRV Communications, an optical network components company - American Airlines Flight 11

Jeremy Glick, 31, software salesman of software provider Vividence - United Airlines Flight 93 (Glick has been lionized for his apparent effort to prevent the hijackers from crashing the Boeing 757 into a populated area; the plane crashed southeast of Pittsburgh)

Andrew Curry Green, age unknown, director of business development of e-commerce development firm eLogic - American Airlines Flight 11

Peter Hanson, 32, vice president of sales of Web scheduler TimeTrade Systems

Peter P. Hashem, 40, an employee of semiconductor maker Teradyne

James Hayden, 47, chief financial officer of Web security firm Netegrity - United Airlines Flight 175

Steven "Jake" Jacoby, 43, chief operating officer of paging and wireless messaging service Metrocall - American Airlines Flight 77

Charles Jones, 48, computer programmer of defense and systems integration company BAE Systems

Heinrich Kimmig, 43, president and CEO of German software firm BCT Technologies

Daniel Lewin, 31, co-founder and chief technical officer of Akamai Technologies - American Airlines Flight 11

Christopher Mello, 25, analyst of venture capital firm Alta Communications

Wolfgang Menzel, 60, human resources director of German software firm BCT Technologies

Jeff Mladenik, 43, interim CEO of e-commerce development firm eLogic - American Airlines Flight 11

Barbara Olson, 45, consultant working for mobile phone company NextWave Telecom - American Airlines Flight 77

Jane Orth, 49, retired from telecom company Lucent Technologies

David Retik, 33, general partner of venture capital firm Alta Communications

Phil Rosenzweig, 47, director of Sun Microsystems Boston Center for Networking - American Airlines Flight 11.

Michael Theodoridis, 32, information technology consultant

Christopher Zarba, Jr., 47, software engineer of Concord Communications

Sources: Company statements, Reuters, Associated Press