Shannon Gothard described her brother as a man with a hearty laugh and a former competitive hockey player who still dabbled in the game.
"His whole life was always around hockey," she said.
"We were the couple that never should have met, fallen in love or had a future together...life is funny and we believe God brought us together as soul mates," read their wedding page on the website the Knot.
"We have shared amazing times together and nearly unbearable heartaches, but through it all we have grown stronger in our love for each other and our families." Jordan Mc Ildoon, a 23-year-old Canadian, died in the shooting, according to multiple media reports. A fellow concertgoer, Heather Gooze, wrote on her Facebook page that Mc Ildoon died in her arms.
Bowers, 40, was separated from her friend during the chaos of the shooting.
Charleston Hartfield, 34, was a police officer with the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department for 11 years. Hartfield was described as a well-respected and selfless member of the community. As a youth football coach, he helped every player to excel, said Stan King, whose son played on Hartfield’s team.
history left 58 dead and 489 people injured after a gunman opened fire on crowd of 22,000 concertgoers during a country music festival Sunday, October 1, 2017 on the Las Vegas Strip.
Dorene Anderson, a 49-year-old Alaskan, was killed in the shooting, according to her husband’s employer. Her husband, John, worked for the Alaska Housing Finance Corp.
The company’s CEO sent out an email on Monday, Oct. Anderson described herself on Facebook as a stay-at-home mom interested in the minor league hockey team, Alaska Aces.