Person    | Male  Born 25/1/1977  Died 12/10/2002

Pascal Michael Dolf

Categories: Terrorism, Tragedy

Countries: Indonisia, Switzerland

Pascal Michael Dolf

Non-British, killed by the Bali bomb. Pascal Michael Dolf was born on 25 January 1977 in Chur, Bezirk Plessur, Graubünden, Switzerland.

He was a Swiss backpacker and bank officer employed at Graubündner Kantonalbank in Chur, Switzerland who was one of three Swiss nationals reported missing and presumed dead, aged 25 years, in the 12 October 2002 Bali nightclub bombings, Kuta, Indonesia.

He is also commemorated on the memorial erected at the site of the bombing in Kuta, Bali, Indonesia.

Credit for this entry to: Andrew Behan.

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Pascal Michael Dolf

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Bali bombings

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