Nov 12, 2017

The 84 lives lost in Las Vegas and Sutherland Springs

Donna King salutes during the national anthem on Veterans Day yesterday in Sutherland Springs, Texas, one block from First Baptist Church. Veteran Robert Corrigan, 51, who was killed in the church, was honored. Photo: Eric Gay / AP

Our nation has never lost so many in such a short time in mass shootings. Their ages range from 1 to 77, all killed while enjoying friends, family and freedom:

Las Vegas country music festival ... 58 killed by shots from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino on Oct. 1:

  • Hannah Ahlers, 34
  • Heather Alvarado, 35
  • Dorene Anderson, 49
  • Carrie Barnette, 34
  • Jack Beaton, 54
  • Steve Berger, 44
  • Candice Bowers, 40
  • Denise Burditus, 50
  • Sandy Casey, 34
  • Andrea Castilla, 28
  • Denise Cohen, 58
  • Austin Davis, 29
  • Thomas Day Jr., 54
  • Christiana Duarte, 22
  • Stacee Etcheber, 50
  • Brian Fraser, 39
  • Keri Galvan, 41
  • Dana Gardner, 52
  • Angela Gomez, 20
  • Rocio Guillen Rocha, 40
  • Charleston Hartfield, 34
  • Chris Hazencomb, 44
  • Jennifer Topaz Irvine, 42
  • Teresa Nicol Kimura, 38
  • Jessica Klymchuk, 34
  • Carly Kreibaum, 33
  • Rhonda LeRocque, 42
  • Victor Link, 55
  • Jordan McIldoon, 23
  • Kelsey Meadows, 28
  • Calla-Marie Medig, 28
  • James "Sonny" Melton, 29
  • Patricia Mestas, 67
  • Austin Meyer, 24
  • Adrian Murfitt, 35
  • Rachael Parker, 33
  • Jenny Parks, 36
  • Carrie Parsons, 31
  • Lisa Patterson, 46
  • John Phippen, 56
  • Melissa Ramirez, 26
  • Jordyn Rivera, 21
  • Quinton Robbins, 20
  • Cameron Robinson, 28
  • Tara Roe, 34
  • Lisa Romero-Muniz, 48
  • Chris Roybal, 28
  • Brett Schwanbeck, 61
  • Bailey Schweitzer, 20
  • Laura Shipp, 50
  • Erick Silva, 21
  • Susan Smith, 53
  • Brennan Stewart, 30
  • Derrick "Bo" Taylor, 56
  • Neysa Tonks, 46
  • Michelle Vo, 32
  • Kurt von Tillow, 55
  • Bill Wolfe, 42

First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs ... 26 killed during Sundayservice on Nov. 5:

  • Keith Allen Braden, 62
  • Robert Michael Corrigan, 51
  • Shani Louise Corrigan, 51
  • Emily Garcia (died at the hospital), 7
  • Emily Rose Hill, 11
  • Gregory Lynn Hill, 13
  • Megan Gail Hill, 9
  • Carlin Brite "Billy Bob" Holcombe (unborn)
  • Crystal Marie Holcombe (pregnant), 36
  • John Bryan Holcombe, 60
  • Karla Plain Holcombe, 58
  • Marc Daniel Holcombe, 36
  • Noah Holcombe, 1
  • Dennis Neil Johnson Sr., 77
  • Sara Johns Johnson, 68
  • Haley Krueger, 16
  • Karen Sue Marshall, 56
  • Robert Scott Marshall, 56
  • Tara E. McNulty, 33
  • Annabelle Renae Pomeroy, 14
  • Ricardo Cardona Rodriguez, 64
  • Therese Sagan Rodriguez, 66
  • Brooke Bryanne Ward, 5
  • Joann Lookingbill Ward, 30
  • Peggy Lynn Warden, 56
  • Lula Woicinski White, 71

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