A father of six. A free-spirit who befriended strangers in the grocery store checkout line. A mother of three who fled religious persecution in Iran. A woman who was 8 when she and her mother left Vietnam for a better life.
The youngest was The oldest was These are the names and stories of the 14 people killed in the San Bernardino shooting on Dec. They lived across Southern California, from Los Angeles and Orange counties, in the Inland Empire and the San Bernardino Mountains that tower over the valley where the shooting occurred. The list will be updated as more information becomes available. It also includes information about some of the 21 people wounded. Full coverage: San Bernardino shooting Live updates Share a memory.
As an environmental health specialist with San Bernardino County, Robert Adams often inspected pools and food facilities during the construction phase. Adams, 40, and his wife grew up in the Inland Empire and were high school sweethearts, said family friend Jenni Kosse. They had tried to have kids for some time, she said, and he adored their month-old daughter, Savannah. He loved taking her to the park and ed new pictures of her to Facebook almost every night.
He always looked out for others. He could sense when someone was angry or frustrated, she said.
Adams — who wore bright ties and his beard in a goatee — also spent time helping his parents, who donate doves to Inland Empire families who have lost a loved one, Kosse said. They give them away for free, she said, so families can release them at ceremonies. Isaac Amanios immigrated from Eritrea to California in to escape violence and repression in his home country, his brother said.
Amanios was a family man who tutored his three children with their school work. All are currently in college, Gebrekidane said.
He is survived by his wife, sons, Bruk and Joseph and daughter, Milka. Berhe was born in Fontana and played football at Colton High School. She was 18 at the time, according to statement released by her family.
Her first stop was New York but she eventually moved to California, where she met and married Arlen Vedehyou, a police officer. Betbadal, who earned a chemistry degree from Cal Poly Pomona, worked as a health inspector and also led a team of restaurant inspectors, said Mark Russell, a friend who was acting as a spokesman for the family.
A package was tucked neatly under the welcome mat on the concrete landing. He was Bowman, who left the center for a job with the San Bernardino Unified School District, was an expert in spacial data and mapping. She said they had talked only once, when he San her to call the management about a problem with the hot water. Across the hall, Dr. Guillermo Saenz, a year-old medical resident, said he knew Bowman had at least one daughter.
I love my life. My heart is broken. I am completely devastated. She was energetic, thoughtful and always smiling, said Mary Hale, manager of the Fontana apartment complex where Clayborn had lived for a year and guys half. She was a girls, super lady. Hale told The Times that White had frequently said how much she loved her job. Nelson and Louis Sahagun. Juan Espinoza, the youngest of 13 siblings, was raised in Sonora, Mexico, his nephew Daniel Castaneda said.
He Bernardino to Indio when he was in his early 20s and worked at the Department of Corrections to put himself through Cal State San Bernardino. For those who first met him, Espinoza seemed a serious person. But his laugh was contagious, and he lived to make his family happy. Aurora Godoy had a wide smile and an open heart, and at the age of 26, the life she had planned for herself was falling into place.
They dated for about eight years before eloping in They bought a home in San Jacinto. She gave birth to their son, Alexander, who will turn 2 in Dating.
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Speaking by telephone as his son fussed in the background, James Godoy praised his late wife as a devoted mother. Over the years, Aurora Godoy had attended various colleges and a culinary school, and she was a few credits shy of completing her associate degree. She had ed her co-workers on Wednesday for a meeting at the Inland Regional Center. Calls have since flooded in and co-workers have set up a fundraising. But he said he had not yet processed what happened or how to move forward.
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More than two dozen framed concert posters fill the walls of the main room. Johnson had several of the images tattooed on his body: His first wife, his grand-daddies, his father, who died in a grain silo accident in Georgia when Johnson was a small boy. He wanted Pifer to be his next tattoo. They had recently decided to get married and planned to tell their families this month. In the bathroom, a framed collage of business cards hangs over the toilet, mostly from truck stops across the country.
Johnson drove wheelers for about a decade — with the CB handle Shannondoah — before he gave up life on the road to finish college and settle down. At the office, Pifer said, Johnson enjoyed talking about religion with Syed Rizwan Farook, a fellow restaurant inspector. Farook was a Muslim.
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Johnson was a Christian who dabbled in Hinduism. Six months later, she moved into the apartment across the hall. He awoke each morning to read the news online and get his caffeine fix. He took his coffee with sugar and creamer. He had to be out the door by a. He would text Pifer from the train. Intellectually I understood it.
Experiencing it is something different. Larry Daniel Kaufman, 42, considered himself a free spirit.
He loved horror movies. He often held up the grocery store checkout line because he talked to everyone he met. Reyes was the one who dropped him off Wednesday at his job running the coffee shop in Building 3 at the Inland Regional Center, training the developmentally disabled clients who worked there. Throughout the morning the couple traded texts and photos.
At a. Check the news. He left messages and texted repeatedly. There was no reply.
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Authorities needed a description to compare to the dead bodies still at the facility. Just under 6 feet tall and around pounds, Reyes said. Black dress shoes with square toes.
A black polo shirt — the uniform for Coffee N More. No tattoos. Lots of rings and necklaces and one earring on each side — rainbow bars for gay pride.
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One minute past 24 hours from the last time Reyes heard from Kaufman, his phone rang. The aunt who adopted Kaufman had news: he was gone.
». In an sent to employees, Juan C. Perez said Meins had spent 28 years working for Riverside County and had recently returned to a position with the Environmental Health Dept. Meins was ly a physical education teacher and helped run after-school programs at St. She identified herself as his daughter but did not provide her name.