JOHN CHRISTOPHER STEVENS (VIDEO), U.S. ambassador to Libya, 52, Stevens, 52, was the U.S. ambassador to Libya, and was apparently visiting the Benghazi diplomatic office with others from the main embassy in Tripoli for an event commemorating the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks in the United States.
MAURICE H. KEEN, Redefined Chivalry, 78, Mr. Keen argued that chivalry was mainly a "cult of martial virtues" for men and about men, charting a path to glory, honor and wealth. From about 1150 to 1500, he wrote, obeying its code was the only way for aristocrats to move higher on the social ladder and the only way for commoners to reach the first rung.
SEAN SMITH, Attack Victim Shared His Fears in Messages, Sean Smith, an Air Force veteran working on temporary assignment as an information management officer in Libya, was one of the four Americans killed Tuesday in the attack on the diplomatic mission in Benghazi.
TONY GOLDMAN, SoHo Pioneer, 68, Tony Goldman's investor’s eye for spotting battered neighborhoods prime for rejuvenation led him to help revive SoHo in Manhattan in the 1970s and South Beach in Florida in the ’80s