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On January 27, 2001, ten members of the Oklahoma State University family perished in a plane crash. We will never forget the lives of those we lost on that snowy night in Colorado.

No. 10 Retired At Special OSU Halftime Ceremony To Remember The Ten Video included

The Oklahoma State University men's basketball team retired its first number Wednesday night as part of a special halftime ceremony to remember the 10 members of the OSU family who died in a plane crash almost ten years ago.

Remember The Ten

Ten Men Remembered

Bjorn Fahlstrom
Bjorn G. Fahlstrom
Corporate Aviation Pilot
February 13, 1970
Loving Son, Fiancé and Friend remembered for his endearing smile, ambition and vitality. A commercial pilot, educated in Sweden and USA. Bjorn, you are forever in our hearts and memories. All our love, Viola, Sten and Jacqueline.
Brian Luinstra
Brian W. Luinstra
Athletic Trainer
July 26, 1971
Beloved Son, Loving Brother, Devoted Husband, Nurturing Father. Born with a caring nature, sense of humor. Blessed with honorable character, principles, integrity. Memories of you fill our hearts with love.
Nathan Fleming
Nathan Z. Fleming
September 11, 1980
Loving Son, Brother, Friend. Joy to God and all who knew him. Leader, encourager, lover of life. All Big 12 Scholar/Athlete. Nate put God first, others second, himself third. We love you. Sarah, Drue, Mom and Dad.
Denver R. Mills
Denver R. Mills
CPA by Profession, Pilot by Passion
January 31, 1945
Beloved Husband, Father, Brother and Friend. We celebrate your life and the legacy you left of unconditional love, dedication and generosity. You are and always will be our hero.
William Hancock III
William R. Hancock III
Media Relations Coordinator
April 6, 1969
Will was brilliant, generous, kind, genuine; a musician, humorist and wordsmith. His warm smile touched everyone. He left Andie and us all too soon, but we'll meet in Heaven someday.
Pat Noyes
Pat Noyes
Director of Basketball Operations
July 11, 1973
Our Beloved Pat. You touched so many lives in a short time. Your presence made Oklahoma State a better place. We're proud you are our son! Love, Mom and Dad.
Daniel P. Lawson, Jr.
Daniel P. Lawson, Jr.
July 28, 1979
Danny, your Presence will always be felt. God gave you to us for twenty-one precious years. We thank Him. Our Son, Brother, Grandson, Cousin, Uncle and Nephew. You are greatly missed. Your loving family.
William B. Tietgens (Bill Teegins)
William B. Tietgens
(Bill Teegins)
Loved by Many
July 26, 1952
Voice of the OSU Cowboys, KWTV Sports Director, Oklahoma Sports Hall of Famer and eight time Sportscaster of the Year. His family, friends and fans will always remember... "He shoots, he scores, heee's fouled!"
Kendall C. Durfey
Kendall C. Durfey
Television/Radio Engineer
August 1, 1962
Kendall Durfey, 38, a producer and engineer for the OSU radio network. Born in Hyde Park, N.Y., he moved to Oklahoma in 1977 and graduated from Oral Roberts in 1984 with a communications degree. He earned a master's degree in communications at OSU. A wonderful Son, Brother, Husband, Father and Friend. Kendall bound us together with care, affection and generosity. His humor, talent and intelligence will always linger with us. Thank you Kendall.
Jared G. Weiberg
Jared G. Weiberg
Student Assistant
March 9, 1978
Jared is a beloved son, brother, and friend who placed others before himself, gave help to those in need, lived passionately and hugged affectionately, loved his family unconditionally. We love you.

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