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#RemembertheVictims: Sgt. Ron Helus, 54, spent nearly three decades with the Ventura County Sheriff’s Dept. He ran towards gunfire as one of the first law enforcement officers at #borderline. Helus was hoping to retire next year. He is survived by his wife and son. @NBCLA
#RemembertheVictims: Cody Coffman, 22. Was going to join the military. His father said this morning of his first-born son: “The last thing I said was 'Son, I love you.' That was the last thing I said." @NBCLA #borderline
#RemembertheVictims: Alaina Housley, a Pepperdine student. Her aunt, Tamera Mowry-Housley & husband, Adam Housley released a statement saying in part: “Alaina was an incredible young woman with so much life ahead of her and we are devastated ...” @NBCLA #Borderline
#RemembertheVictims: Sean Adler worked at #Borderline for extra cash. His sister says: “From what I understand, Sean tried to disarm the guy (suspect). That is typical of Sean. He was a protector, always sticking up for people.” He is survived by his wife and two boys. @NBCLA
#RemembertheVictims: Justin Meek, 23, was a former Cal Lutheran grad. The school described Meek like this: “ ... one of the precious lives cut short in this tragedy. Meek heroically saved lives in the incident.” His family has asked not to show his photo yet. @NBCLA #borderline
#RemembertheVictims: I will post about the remaining 7 victims once they’re identified.
#RemembertheVictims: Here is Justin Meek. Many people said he helped save lives last night by breaking glass to make sure they got out. His Instagram page says he was a promoter at #Borderline. @NBCLA
#RemembertheVictims: Daniel Manrique was a veteran who spent his time since serving to help other veterans. He was with his Team Red, White and Blue members at #Borderline last night. Family says he would’ve been torn up to know he didn’t reach that one vet who opened fire @NBCLA
#RemembertheVictims: Noel Sparks. Her Fb page says she went to Moorpark College. Her church said: “It is with heavy hearts that we notify you that Noel Sparks was among the victims of last night's shooting.” @NBCLA #borderline
#RemembertheVictims: Kristina Kaylee Morisette loved country music. She was from Simi Valley and attended Simi Valley High. @NBCLA #borderline
#RemembertheVictims: Telemachus Orfanos, 27. Orfanos survived the Route 91 massacre. He was a Navy veteran. Went to Thousand Oaks High. He enjoyed going to Dodgers games. @NBCLA #borderline
#RemembertheVictims: Jake Dunham, from Newbury Park, was at #Borderline with his friends. They were able to make it out and tell his parents he was missing. They rushed to scene looking for answers only to eventually find out the worst. @NBCLA
#RemembertheVictims: Blake Dingman, 21, had played high school baseball in the Newbury Park area. His aunt described him to the Daily News as an energetic, loving person. @NBCLA #borderline
#RemembertheVictims: Marky Meza, 20. He worked at #Borderline as a busser and a food runner. He would've been 21 in less than two weeks. @nbcla
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