Brett Schwanbeck, 61
Bullhead City, Arizona
Brett attended the festival with his fiancé, the two had plans to marry in January. He was retired truck driver and an avid outdoorsman. He is survived by his five children and three grandchildren. His great-niece said, “He was like my little protector. He was just always looking out for me and making sure I had everything I needed.”

Christopher Roybal, 28
Corona, CA

Christopher was born in Paramount, California and lived in the area most of his life. He had relocated to Denver, CO for a job opportunity. He attended Route 91 with his mother Debby Allen to celebrate his upcoming 29th birthday. Christopher was very patriotic and served In the U.S. Navy from 2007-2012. He served 4 tours in Afghanistan as a military dog handler. Christopher was witty, funny, light-hearted and an all around loving soul. He was truly the life of the party. His smile lit up a room and his laugh was infectious. Christopher loved to sing karaoke and enjoyed all genres of music. Christopher had a deep love for his family and his friends. He had an incredible bond with his mother whom he thanked for being the man he had become. He is sorely missed and will never be forgotten.

Lisa Romero-Muniz, 48
Gallup, New Mexico

Lisa attended Route 91 with her husband to celebrate their wedding anniversary. She was also a mother of three grown children and worked at the local high school. Her co-worker said, “Muniz had a warm personality and a big laugh, always teasing her co-workers. “We were known as the two loudmouths of the office. She knew 90 percent of the kids at this school. She would talk to them like she was talking to her own children. I’d hear her saying, ‘I know you can do better than this.’”

Tara Roe, 34
Alberta, Canada

Tara leaves behind her two young sons and her husband, whom she attended the concert with. She worked as an education assistant and was also a model. Her family friend said, “There are two little boys today that don’t have a mom. There’s a handsome young man who does not have his wife. Our beautiful friends are missing their daughter.”

Cameron Robinson, 28
St. George, Utah
Cameron attended Route 91 with his boyfriend, who he recently moved to St. George to live with. His partner has three kids, all of whom Cameron treated as if they were his own. Cameron earned his masters degree in business administration and he worked for the Las Vegas government. He even created a smartphone app for the government's annual conferences. His family and friends set up a GoFundMe page to help with the family’s funeral costs. The page read, “He loved to cook, entertain, run marathons, travel, go camping, boating, and the outdoors in general and above all surround himself with those he loved and others. He is an amazing example to all and brought so much light to those he came in contact with." Cameron spent his last moments in his partner’s arms.

Over the last 24 hrs I have gone through lots of emotions. Fear, Anger, Heartache, Compassion and many others. I truely dont understand why a person would want to take the life of another. Something has changed in this country and in this world lately that is scary to see. This world is becoming the kind of place i am afraid to raise my children in. At the end of the day we arent Democrats or Republicans, Whites or Blacks, Men or Women. We are all humans and we are all Americans and its time to start acting like it and stand together as ONE! That is the only way we will ever get this Country to be better than it has ever been, but we have a long way to go and we have to start now. My heart aches for the Victims and their families of this Senseless act. I am so sorry for the hurt and pain everyone is feeling right now and there are no words i can say to to take that pain away. Just know u all are in my heart and my prayers as we all go through this together. Time to come together and stop the hate!
#stopthehate #prayforlasvegas

Quinton Robbins, 20
Henderson, Nevada
Quinton was a former UNLV student. He worked running recreational sports for the city, as well as coaching flag football for 5-year-olds, his brother’s flag football team and softball teams. He also coached basketball alongside his dad and uncle at his high school, and was finishing certification to be a full-time coach for the Clark County School District.

Quinton’s family has set up a foundation in his honor called Play It Forward on Facebook. Proceeds go to help the two schools with scholarships for students and help recognize students who spread random acts of kindness throughout the school.

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Jordyn Rivera, 21
La Verne, California
Jordyn was in her fourth year at Cal State Bernadino and had just returned from studying abroad in London. She attended the concert with her mother. “We will remember and treasure her for her warmth, optimism, energy, and kindness,” said the president of her university.

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints released the following statement Monday:
To all of those affected by the horrific events in Las Vegas, we offer our deepest condolences and heartfelt prayers. We pray for those who are mourning the loss of loved ones and for those who are seeking to recover from the physical and emotional wounds they are suffering. May God bless them with the peace and comfort only He can provide in such tragic and heartbreaking moments. #PrayForLasVegas

I have proudly made the U.S. my second home for the better part of 40 years - and enough is enough! I am not a Democrat. I am not a Republican. I am a father and an artist who cares deeply about the safety of my family and fans. Once again, I am utterly gutted to be grieving the mass murder of so many innocent lives. I ask you, if not now, when? Now is the time to honor the lives lost by enacting urgently needed gun control. #PrayForLasVegas #EndTheViolence

Melissa Ramirez, 26
Los Angeles, California
Melissa was a recent graduate from Cal State Bakersfield where she received her bachelor's degree in business administration. Melissa had been working at a Southern California AAA. “Such a beautiful soul, taken way too soon,” her friend wrote in a Facebook post. “You always made me laugh at work and were such a joy to know and be around.”

John Phippen, 56
Santa Clarita, California
John lost his life when he was using his body to shield strangers, and using his belt as a tourniquet to aid others. He was with his son at the concert, and in his last moments his son said, “He told me that he loved me and he wanted everybody to know how much he loved them.” “He was my best friend,” his son said. “He never did anything wrong to anybody. He was always kind and gentle. He was the biggest teddy bear I knew.”

So much gematria at this event. I lost most of it last year.. but here is a little bit of it. Also if you count the 13 symbology on the dollar..you will see it is on there 7 times. 13x7=91.

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Sekitar pukul 22:08 tanggal 1 Oktober 2017, seorang pria menembakkan senjata otomatis dari lantai atas hotel Mandalay Bay ke kerumunan penonton konser musik country di Las Vegas Village, lahan seluas 15-acre (6,1 ha) di pinggir Las Vegas Strip. Festival Route 91 Harvest diadakan pada tanggal 29 September sampai 1 Oktober 2017, by dan diisi oleh Jason Aldean, Eric Church, dan Sam Hunt. Penembakan dimulai saat penampilan penutup oleh Aldean yang membawakan "When She Says Baby". Pada pukul 23:58, Kepolisian Metropolitan Las Vegas menyatakan bahwa seorang pelaku asal Nevada tewas. Pelaku ditemukan tewas di kamar hotel Mandalay Bay di lantai 32 akibat bunuh diri menggunakan senjata api.

Polisi menyatakan bahwa pelaku bertindak sendiri dan motifnya tidak diketahui. Ia diketahui bernama Stephen Paddock berusia 64 tahun dari Mesquite, Nevada,seorang pria berkulit putih tanpa riwayat kriminal. Polisi menemukan sedikitnya 10 senapan di dalam kamar hotel Paddock. Kamar tersebut dihuni Paddock sejak 28 September 2017.

Sedikitnya 58 orang tewas (termasuk pelaku) dan 515 orang luka-luka. Dua polisi bebas tugas juga tewas. Korban dilarikan ke University Medical Center of Southern Nevada dan Sunrise Hospital & Medical Center. Kemudian ditemukan 10 lebih senjata api sebagai barang bukti.

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Lisa Patterson, 46
Lomita, California
Lisa leaves behind her husband and their three children. Heavily involved in the church and the school PTA, Lisa attended Route 91 with a group of moms from church. Her husband, with whom she had been with since she was 18 said, “I just want people to know how special my wife was and how much she loved life and loved helping other people. That was something that really attracted me to her.”

Rachael Parker, 33
Manhattan Beach, California
Rachael was a records technician at the Manhattan Beach Police Department, and was off-duty while enjoying Route 91. She had been working for the Police Department for 10 years. “She was just a great, great worker, always happy — definitely had her whole future ahead of her," said Manhattan Beach police spokeswoman. "I’m heartbroken and speechless.”

Jennifer Parks, 36
Lancaster, California

Jennifer was a kindergarten teacher and leaves behind her highschool- sweetheart- turned-husband, and their two children. The school district, where she worked, said Ms. Parks “will be remembered for her sense of humor, her passion for her work, her devotion to her students, and her commitment to continuing her own learning and to taking on whatever new projects came her way.”

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