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Friday, April 18, 2014
Rachel started working at Sandy Hook less than a week ago. Her boyfriend was set to propose to her.
Contributed Photo, Newtown Bee Photo/Eliza Hallabec
Sandy Hook principal since 2010, Hochsprung’s colleagues said she was the perfect person to lead the school.
A happy soul. A good mother, wife and daughter. Artistic, fun-loving, witty and hardworking.
Lauren, after years of working as a substitute teacher, landed a permanent teaching job at Sandy Hook in October.
Uncredited, Associated Press
For nearly 20 years, Mary Sherlach, had come to aid of students who needed help at Sandy Hook Elementary School.
A 2003 graduate of Stratford High School, Victorio shielded her first-grade students from gunfire with her own body.
Charolette never met an animal she didn’t love, and wanted to be a Vet.
Daniel touched the lives of all who knew him with his warmth, inspiring others.
The images of Olivia Engel will live far beyond her short lifetime.
Josephine Gay turned 7 on Tuesday, three days before the shootings.
Ana’s love for singing was evident before she was even able to walk.
Dylan and his family moved to Newtown two years ago from Hampshire, England.
A neighbor described Jesse as “older than his years” and smart.
James loved baseball, basketball, swimming arm wrestling and his iPad.
Family Photo, HONS
"Words cannot adequately express our sense of loss.” - Grace's family.
"Our family finds comfort in the incredible person that Emilie was."
Jack brought immeasurable joy to all who had the pleasure of knowing him.
Noah was "smart as a whip," gentle but with a rambunctious streak.
Caroline's smile brought happiness to everyone she touched.
Jessica loved horseback riding, writing, and playing with her little brothers.
Avielle wanted an Easy-Bake Oven for Christmas to bake cookies for her mom.
Ben liked to follow his father around the yard, helping with the chores.
Uncredited, AP Photo/Family Photo Via Benjam
Allison liked to garden with her mother and was always outside in the summer.