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|The 14 people killed in a shooting rampage at the Inland Regional Center were identified by the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department on Thursday, hours after grief stricken family members and friends began naming the deceased.
The 14 victims killed in a mass shooting in San Bernardino are pictured. (Credit: CNN)
They were identified as: Shannon Johnson, 45, of Los Angeles;Bennetta Bet Badal, 46, of Rialto; Aurora Authentic Jerseys NFL Store: China Wholesale Jerseys Cheap & Quality Godoy, 26, of San Jacinto;Isaac Amanios, 60, of Fontana;Larry Daniel Kaufman, 42, of Rialto;Harry Bowman, 46, of Upland;Yvette Velasco, 27, of Fontana;Sierra Clayborn, 27, of Moreno Valley; Robert Adams, 40, of Yucaipa;Nicholas Thalasinos, 52, of Colton;Tin Nguyen, 31, Santa Ana;Juan Espinoza, 50, Highland;Damian Meins, 58, of Riverside; and Michael Wetzel, 37, of Lake Arrowhead.
A list of the victims of the San Bernardino shooting was released by the Sheriff's Department on Dec. 3, 2015.
"This shooting has caused each victims' family, friends and co workers, along with the first responders, to suffer an enormous personal tragedy. We must stand strong and offer support to each individual affected by NFL Jerseys Cheap and Authentic Online this senseless attack.
Sheriff John McMahon said in the release.
Jennifer Thompson Thalasinos sent this photo of her husband, Nicholas Thalasinos, seen right, to KTLA on Dec. 3, 2015.
Nicholas Thalasinos, 52, was among those who died in Wednesday's deadly massacre, his wife Jenniferconfirmed to KTLA. Previously, she said he had been missing following the attack on Wednesday morning at the Inland Regional Center, which also left 21 others injured.
Jennifer Thalasinos said she had a gut feeling that she had lost her husband of nine years when she first heard about the shooting. Thalasinos added she had tried calling and texting him throughout the day, but received no response.
Detectives delivered the grim news later that night.
"The waiting was excruciating just because you still, you're still trying to hold out hope even though, like I said, I pretty much knew," she said.
Nicholas Thalasinos was an environmental health services worker for the county for 13 years, she stated in an interview.
Another victim, Michael Raymond Wetzel, was identified on a YouCaring fundraising page organized by Celia Behar.
The father of sixwas also killed when the shooters entered a meeting being held at the center and opened fire, the page stated. Behar said she had received a message from his wife Renee indicating that she couldn't get in contact with him following the shooting.
The Wetzel family is seen in a photo posted to a YouCaring fundraising page.
Eight hours later, cheap jerseys she said, Renee Wetzel learned that her husband been killed.
"Renee would like everybody to know that Michael was the most amazing person that she has ever met. He was her best friend, he was an amazing father and he was loved by all," Behar told KTLA, reading a statement from the family.
She added in an interview that they were in "shock" and "heartbroken" over the loss.
A Facebook group for alums of Notre Dame High School in Riverside identified Damian Meins as another victim of the shooting. Meins, who graduated from the school in 1975, left behind a wife and two daughters, according to a post on the group's page.
Damian Meins is seen in an a photo provided to KTLA.
"His death has affected our community deeply. He will be missed," the post stated.
Meins had worked in two Riverside County Department over the years, a statement from the county's executive office said. Most of his 26 year career in the county was with the Riverside County Environmental Health Department, the statement, written by Ray Smith, read.
Meins also worked as a PE teacher and in after school care for Mari Villela's children at St. Chatherine's School in Riverside, Smith wrote.
He volunteered with the school as a member of the football team's "Chain Gang," according to the alumni group's page.
Robert Adams, right, in a photo posted to a GoFundMe page.
Robert Adams, a husband and father, also lost his life in the deadly incident, his wife's friends said in a GoFundMe page.
Described as a "remarkable" and "cherished" man, his death was a "great loss" to the family,according to the group.