Soon, people started running and screaming, “Get down!
Disney chief executive Robert Iger said in a tweet that Barnette’s death was “tragic.”“A senseless, horrific, act, and a terrible loss for so many,” Iger said.
After the news, the messages on Barnette’s Facebook page — which was converted into a memorial — continued.“To lose someone with a heart like yours,” a friend wrote.
Heather Warino Alvarado would do “ANYTHING” for her children, according to a statement on the department’s Facebook page. Albert Alvarado wanted to share “the human side” of his wife, so he asked the fire department to post how she “always saw the good in others” and “spent her whole life serving others in her family and community.”The family has asked for privacy while they grieve.“Our thoughts and prayers go out to the entire Alvarado/Warino family,” the Cedar City Fire Department wrote in a news release.
Alvarado died of injuries from the concert shooting, said Cedar City, Utah, police Sgt. “At the family’s request we are asking for you to respect their privacy and give them a chance to grieve and process their loss.” — Ellie Silverman Read more Dorene Anderson was at the concert with her husband, John, and daughters, her friend Stefanie Lawhorn wrote on Facebook.
“Just doesn’t make sense.” — Jessica Contrera Read more Once the couple realized the firecracker sounds were bullets, Jack Beaton told his wife to “get down” and laid on top of her.
He said, “I love you, Laurie.” She said, “I love you, Jack.” And then “he took a bullet” to save his wife’s life.
He loved camping, fishing and doing anything with his two children, Jake, 20, and Delaney, 18.
He worked for Diamond Ridge Roofing, and Cook said he was “gregarious” and “outgoing,” even picking up a stray dog once from a worksite and bringing her home.“They were just the happiest couple,” Cook said. ‘I would die for you.’ That’s how much he loved her. They were soul mates.”His son, Jake, posted photos of his father on Facebook with the following message: “Lost my best friend. #atruehero” — Ellie Silverman Read more Steve Berger was a 6-foot-6 former college basketball player on a trip for his 44th birthday.
Brian Ahlers sent Miller a message to read on his behalf while he grieves his wife, whom he called “beautiful inside and out.”“She was a full-time housewife and mommy and she was amazing at it,” Brian Ahlers told Miller.
“She wasn’t too good for anybody.” — Ellie Silverman Read more The mother of three was happiest when she was with her family, and they loved traveling on cruises or going on day trips together, her husband, Albert, told the Cedar City Fire Department.
— Rachel Weiner Read more The first message on Carrie Barnette's Facebook page appeared at p.m. "Maybe she had simply lost her phone in the chaos at the Route 91 Harvest festival, her friends and family must have thought.