The dead, missing, and injured from the 12 October
2002 explosion in Bali
(List as of 16 October 2002)
Josh Deegan, 22, Adelaide
Adam Howard, 26, Centennial Park (Coogee Dolphins)
Joshua Iliffe, 28, Kensington (Coogee Dolphins)
Linda Makawana, 49, formerly of Kiama, lived in Bali for five years
David Mavoudis, 31, originally from Wagga (Coogee Dolphins)
Clint Thompson, 29, Kensington (Coogee Dolphins)
Marlene Doris Whiteley, 42, Melbourne.
Angela Golotta, 19, Adelaide
Kathy Salvatori, 38, Malabar
Carol Johnstone, 35, Busselton, WA
Jodie O'Shea, 29, Como
Corey Paltridge, 20, Perth (Kingsley)
(+2) One person died en route to Darwin and another unnamed person died in
a Darwin hospital.
Gayle Airlie, 47, Sydney
Renee Anderson, Caringbah
Peter Basioli, 44, Perth
Matthew Bolwerk, 27, Perth
Christina Betmalik, 29, Croydon Park
Debbie Borgia, 45, Tempe
Abbey Borgia, 13, Tempe
Steven Buchan, 47, Chifley
Geradine Buchan, 46, Chifley
Cathy Buchan, Sydney
Chloe Byron, 14, North Bondi
Francis Cachia, Melbourne
Rebecca Cartledge, 20, Melbourne
Jane Corteen, 39, Perth
Jenny Corteen, 39, Perth
Paul Cronin, 31, Forbes
Craig Jeffrey Dunn, 18, Ulladulla
Francoise Dahan, 30, Caringbah
Michelle Dunlop, 30, Menai
Shane Foley, 33, Coogee(Coogee Dolphins)
Marc Gajardo, 30, from Cornwall, living in Byron Bay
Dean Gallagher, Perth (Kingsley)
Jarrod Gane, Melbourne
Byron Hancock, Perth (Kingsley)
Billy Hardy, 20, Tweed Heads
Nicole Harrison, 29, Perth
Tim Hawkins, 29, Hobart
Dimmy Kotranakis, 27, Blacktown
Elizabeth Kotranakis, 33, Blacktown
Justin Lee, 30, Geelong
Aaron Lee, 34, Geelong
Stacy Lee, 31, Geelong
Danny Lewis, 19, Ulladulla
Bob Marshall, Adelaide
Lynette McKeon, 46, Kincumber
Marissa McKeon, 14, Kincumber
Jessica O'Donnell, 21, Melbourne
Brad Ridley, 32, Forbes
Bronwyn Ross, Carrum, VIC
David Ross, Perth (Kingsley)
Greg Sanderson, 24, Forbes
Cathy Seelin, Sydney
Lee Sexton, 46
Anthony Stewart, 29, Perth, formerly of Vic (Kingsley)
Jason Stokes, Perth (Kingsley)
Behic Summer, 42, Kings Langley
Robert Thwaites, 24, Gold Coast
Jonathon Wade, Perth(Kingsley)
Jodie Wallace, 29, Gymea
Shane Walsh-Till, Leeton
Robyn Webster, Marrickville
Charmaine Whitton, 29, Bangor
Gerard Yeo, 20, Coogee
Louiza Zervos, 33, Marrickville
Steven Brooks Webster, 41, environmental consultant from Huntington Beach,
California; the roof fell on him. He was on a surfing trip to celebrate his
Deborah Lea Snodgrass, 33; killed by a flying object as she crossed a street
in front of the Sari nightclub. She had been living in Bali since 1998, teaching
English and consulting in the design and fashion industry.
Jake Young, 34, lawyer in the Hong Kong office of the law firm Clifford
Chance Rogers & Wells, since 2000. He was in Bali to play with a rugby team
from Hong Kong in a weekend tournament.
Karri Jane Casner, of Flower Mound, Texas,
SOUTH AFRICANS MISSING
Godfrey Fitz, Capetown
Craig Harty, Secunda
BRITONS CONFIRMED DEAD BY FOREIGN OFFICE
Clive Walton, 34, Hong Kong Football Club (HKFC) rugby team captain
Peter Record, 33, business consultant and HKFC rugby team member
Marc Gajardo, 30, mechanic, originally from Carnon Downs, Cornwall
Paul Hussey, 46, ran two hotels in Bali, originally from Hawkinge, Kent
Ian Findley, 55, car mechanic from West Pelton, Co Durham
David Kent, Singapore Cricket Club (SCC) rugby team member
Douglas Warner, from Dorset
Neil Bowler, 27, SCC rugby team member
BRITONS MISSING, PRESUMED DEAD
John Christian Redman, 30, business development manager, SCC rugby team
Tom Hanby-Holmes, 39, banker originally from Droitwich, HKFC rugby team
Natalie Perkins, 20, Sheffield
Laura France, 18, Sheffield (Perkins's cousin; they were heading to Australia)
Mr. Hatton, who was living in Indonesia.
Stephen Speirs, 36, director of industrial auctioneers originally from Bridge
of Weir, Strathclyde, HKFC rugby team member
Jon Ellwood, 39, from Aldbury, Hertfordshire, director of studies at the
International School at Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam attending a conference
Nathaniel Miller (Daniel), 32, lawyer, HKFC member, with wife, Polly, who
was taken to hospital in Australia
Charles Vanrenen, 27, HKFC rugby team member last seen going into surgery
Edward Waller, 27, HKFC rugby team
Anika Linden, 30, hotel and tourism consultant from Surrey, who was the
girlfriend of Mark Weingard, an HKFC rugby team member
Chris Kays, 30, engineer originally from Tilehurst, Berkshire, SCC rugby
Chris Bradford, SCC rugby team captain
Tim Arnold, SCC rugby team member
Daniel Braden, 28, originally from Brighton, Taipei rugby team member
*The following are named as Australians on lists in Bali hospitals. No other details
are available. By 22 October all the Australian injured have been evacuated to
hospitals in Australia.
* Sylvia Dalais, 55
* Andrew M Dobson, 40
* James Hartman
* Michael Stanoring
* Julie Stephenson
* Adam Wine
Late in the night on 22 October 2002 critically injured Bali bomb victim Jodie
Cearns, 35, dies at the Alfred Hospital in Melbourne. She was sitting at the
front of the Sari Club with friends when the bomb exploded. She suffered horrendous
burns, had her left leg amputated, and lost her right eye. Her foot and pelvis
were broken and a machine was used to help her breathe. She underwent emergency
surgery earlier on 22 October.
FOREIGNERS The countries below have reported nationals to be either dead, wounded
or missing. Many of those unaccounted for are not necessarily victims of the
blast but have not been located yet by their families or governments.
97-104 BRITAIN: 8 believed dead (in addition to the 25 named above).
105-117 GERMANY: One dead, 12 missing, 10 wounded.
118-120 DENMARK: Three women missing. Two others injured.
121 FRANCE: Five wounded, three in a serious condition. One missing.
122-129 HONG KONG (residents): Seven men, two women missing. They include
seven Britons, Jake Young from the US (listed and counted above), and a German.
130 GREECE: One missing, one wounded.
131-139 INDONESIA: Nine confirmed dead, but Jakarta says 195 wounded.
ITALY: Six treated and released.
140-143 (?) JAPAN: Nine injured. Several missing.
144 ECUADOR: One dead.
145 CANADA: One man missing, three others wounded
146 NETHERLANDS: One missing, believed dead.
147-149 NEW ZEALAND: Three missing. Six flown to Darwin, two to Singapore
and two to Taipei.
150 PORTUGAL: A soldier in nearby East Timor is missing.
151-158 SINGAPORE (residents): Three dead, five missing, believed to be from
Britain, Australia and New Zealand.
159-160 BRAZIL: Two missing.
161-177 SOUTH AFRICA: One critically injured (Morne Viljoen, transferred to
the Royal Darwin hospital in Australia on the night of 13 October with second
degree burn wounds to 40% of his body) 17 missing (in addition to 2 named above).
178-179 SOUTH KOREA: Two missing.
180-189 SWEDEN: Ten missing, three wounded.
190 SWITZERLAND: One dead, five
injured, two critically.
191 TAIWAN: One missing
CHINA: One with minor injuries.
UNITED STATES: Three killed in addition to the four named above, three wounded.