Karol Ann Keasler, a Brooklyn Heights resident who was 42 and engaged to be married at the time of the September 11, 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center, where she worked, is now the 1,633rd victim of the disaster whose remains have been identified.
New York Daily News: THE REMAINS of a globe-trotting Brooklyn Heights woman whose journeys took her to Tuscany, Asia and Africa have finally been identified.
Karol Ann Keasler, 42, a bride-to-be who volunteered in a soup kitchen and read novels to the elderly, was finally identified by the city’s chief medical examiner on Friday.
There are 1,270 presumed victims of the attacks whose remains have yet to be identified. In 2005, according to the Daily News article, some of Ms. Keasler’s personal effects were found at the Trade Center site, and given to her sister, Susan.