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Passengers aboard fatal flight included lobbyists, children

By the CNN Wire Staff

(CNN) -- The Alaska Department of Public Safety Tuesday released the names of those killed and injured in the airplane crash that took the life of former U.S. Sen. Ted Stevens. David Morris, spokesman for the GCI telecommunications company, explained who was aboard the plane.


Sen. Theodore "Ted" Stevens, 86, of Anchorage, Alaska. Stevens was Alaska's senior U.S. senator for 40 years.

Theron "Terry" Smith, 62, of Eagle River, Alaska. Smith was piloting the GCI-owned plane.

William "Bill" Phillips Sr. Phillips was a partner in the Washington law and lobbying firm Utrecht and Phillips and a former aid to Stevens. Phillips focused on lobbying on transportation, telecommunications, technology, energy, natural resources and national defense issues.

Dana Tindall, 48, of Anchorage, Alaska. Tindall was senior vice president in charge of GCI telecommunications' legal and regulatory matters.

Corey Tindall, 16, of Anchorage, Alaska. Corey Tindall was the daughter of Dana Tindall.


William "Willy" Phillips Jr., 13. Willy Phillips is the son of Bill Phillips Sr.

Sean O'Keefe, 54. O'Keefe is a former NASA administrator, former Navy secretary and former Stevens aide who is currently chief executive of EADS' North American unit.

Kevin O'Keefe is Sean O'Keefe's son.

Jim Morhard, Alexandria, Virginia. Morhard is another Washington lobbyist and former aide to Stevens.

CNN's Ed Henry contributed to this report.