Who were the victims of the El Paso shooting?

Jordan Anchondo, 25, and Andre Anchondo, 24
“The couple had just marked their first wedding anniversary, according to Andre’s older brother, Tito Anchondo. Their oldest daughter was turning 6, Tito Anchondo said, and the couple was ready to show off their new house. Friends and family were invited to a big party on Saturday, but the Anchondos never made it.”
Arturo Benavides, 60
“Patricia Benavides is still inconsolable, Luna said, mourning the loss of her soul mate, a man characterized first and foremost by his total and unswerving devotion to family. They had been married more than 30 years.”
Jorge Calvillo García, 61
“Jorge Calvillo García was a family man. He went to Walmart on Saturday morning because his granddaughter Emily was outside the store to raise money for her soccer team. Calvillo was going to bring food and water for the collection event.”
Leo Campos, 41, and Maribel Hernandez, 56
“Maribel Hernandez, an El Paso native, had a happy childhood, relatives said. Her marriage to Leo Campos 16 years ago only made her happier.”

Adolfo Cerros Hernández, 68, and Sara Esther Regalado, 66
“Sara Esther Regalado and Adolfo Cerros Hernández were a married couple who lived in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. The husband was originally from the Mexican city of Aguascalientes, while the wife was a native of Juarez.”
Angelina Englisbee, 86
“Angelina Englisbee, matriarch of a large family, spent most of her life on a quiet street in El Paso that was less than a 10-minute drive away from the Walmart, neighbors said.”
Raul Flores, 83, and Maria Flores, 77
“In the 60 years they were married, Raul Flores and Maria Flores rarely spent a day apart.”
Alexander Gerhard Hoffman, 66
“Alexander Gerhard Hoffman was identified by El Paso authorities as a German national. Germany’s consulate in Washington confirmed his citizenship but gave no further details, and little other information about him was immediately available.”
David Johnson, 63
“David and Kathy Johnson were best friends, their relatives said. The couple, with their 9-year-old granddaughter, were in the checkout line at Walmart in El Paso when shooting began Saturday. Johnson told his wife and granddaughter to get on the floor, according to relatives. When he was shot, the Army veteran fell toward them to give them cover, said Patridge, 35.”
Luis Juarez, 90
“At 90 years old, Luis Juarez had lived the American Dream. He immigrated to the United States, got his citizenship, bought a home and made a career as an iron worker, according to a family statement. He and his wife of 70 years, Martha, raised a family that included seven children, 20 grandchildren, 35 great-grandchildren and eight great-great-grandchildren.”
Maria Eugenia Legarreta, 58
“Maria Eugenia Legarreta came from a well-known business family in the northern Mexican city of Chihuahua. But she was a full-time homemaker focused on her four children.”
Ivan Filiberto Manzano, 45
“Ivan Filiberto Manzano, a native of Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, was known for his enthusiasm for his business projects, and devotion to his wife and two children, aged 5 and 9.”
Gloria Irma Márquez, 61
“Gloria Irma Márquez was born in the Mexican state of Sinaloa and moved to the United States more than two decades ago. Her first two children were born in Mexico, her second two in the United States.”
Elsa Mendoza, 57
“Elsa Mendoza was a teacher and school principal who lived and worked in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. She was in El Paso on Saturday visiting family, according to local press reports. She had stopped by Walmart to pick up a few things from the supermarket section, leaving her husband and son in the car, according to the Mexican newspaper Milenio.”
Margie Reckard, 63
“Margie Reckard was mourned as a devoted companion and mother. “I’ve been lost. I’m like a puppy run away from its momma. She took care of me,” Tony Basco, her partner of 22 years, told Reuters as he planted a cross for her in a shrine that emerged at the El Paso Walmart. Basco said Reckard was a sweet, loving woman.”
Javier Amir Rodriguez, 15
“Javier Amir Rodriguez was among the youngest killed in El Paso, his uncle Cesar Serrano told The Washington Post. Javier was just weeks away from starting his sophomore year of high school. “He was such a loving boy,” Elvira Rodriguez, his aunt, told the Arizona Republic.”
Teresa Sanchez, 82
“Teresa Sanchez was identified as a Mexican national. No further information about her was immediately available.”
Juan de Dios Velázquez, 77
“Juan de Dios Velázquez, a Mexican retiree, was fatally wounded while protecting his wife, Estela, from the shooter in the Walmart massacre, according to relatives.”

Who were the victims of the Dayton shooting?

Megan K. Betts, 22
“Betts, the shooter’s sister, was a student at Wright State University studying earth and environmental sciences. According to her LinkedIn page, she spent the past four months as a tour guide at the Missoula Smokejumper Visitor Center in Montana, where visitors learn about fighting fires in remote areas with no roads.”
Lois L. Oglesby, 27
“Oglesby was in nursing school and was the mother of two children, according to a friend quoted in the Dayton Daily News. She had recently returned from maternity leave. “She was a wonderful mother, a wonderful person,” Derasha Merrett told the newspaper. “I have cried so much, I can’t cry anymore.””
Monica E. Brickhouse, 39
“Brickhouse hailed from Springfield, Ohio, and lived in Virginia Beach, Va., according to her social media profiles. She worked as a recovery specialist for Anthem, her LinkedIn profile states. Her Facebook profile also advertises a design, event planning and catering business called “Two Good Girls.””
Nicholas P. Cumer, 25
“Cumer was a graduate student in the master of cancer care program at Saint Francis University in Loretto, Penn., according to a statement released by the school on Sunday afternoon.”
Derrick R. Fudge, 57
“Fudge was a Springfield, Ohio, resident who was visiting the Oregon District with his son, his niece Asia Fudge told NPR.”
Thomas J. McNichols, 25
“McNichols was a father of four from Dayton, according to the Dayton Daily News. His two daughters and two sons range from ages 2 to 8. His aunt, Donna Johnson, told the newspaper that everyone regarded him as a “gentle giant.””
Saeed Saleh, 38
“Saeed Saleh, an African immigrant, was recalled as a kindhearted and hard-working person. Born in Eritrea, Saleh left his native land as a refugee and spent time in Sudan, Libya and Malta before coming to the United States three years ago with his wife and their young daughter, Tekeste Abraham told The Washington Post.”
Logan M. Turner, 30
“Turner was a resident of Springboro, Ohio, and a machinist at the Thaler Machine Co., according to his LinkedIn page. His mother, Danita Turner, told the Dayton Daily News that he was out on Saturday night in the Oregon District with his friends to celebrate his recent 30th birthday.”
Beatrice N. Warren-Curtis, 36
“Warren-Curtis resided in Carrollton, Va., according to public records. She appears to have been friends with Brickhouse. A Facebook post mourns both of them and suggests that she went by Nicole, her middle name. “To lose a loved one to senseless violence is just unfair, especially since it could be preventable !!”