The woman who died after a Southwest Airlines plane was forced to make an emergency landing at Philadelphia International Airport when its engine exploded Tuesday has been identified as Jennifer Riordan, a mother and bank vice president of community relations from New Mexico.
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Friends and coworkers called Riordan a tireless worker with deep roots in the community.
"Jennifer cheerfully championed so many causes in our region and was a real force for good," the United Way of Central New Mexico said in a statement. "We have so many wonderful memories of Jennifer's willingness to connect people to each other and our community to a better path."
New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas, who knew Riordan, said he was "greatly saddened."
Albuquerque Mayor Tim Keller shared his condolences.
So did Alex Hernandez, a senior at the University of New Mexico who met Riordan nearly four years ago through a scholarship program that Wells Fargo sponsored. It paired college students with mentors in the banking field.
Hernandez, 21, said in a phone interview that Riordan offered career advice and always made sure he had everything he needed.
"She was just so committed to helping others," Hernandez said.