Columbine Massacre Victims
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  • Tomlin, John: (September 1, 1982 - April 20, 1999):  John was an outstanding individual who participated in church youth groups in addition to traveling on an expedition to Mexico to help build housing for the poor. He maintained a job after school working in a local nursery while also enjoying four-wheeling and spending time with his girlfriend. John spent most of his lunch hour studying in the school library. On the day of the shootings, he was in the library and hide under then table with another student Nicole Nowlen. When Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold came to there table, Harris fired his weapon on the two students without looking under table hitting both John and Nicole. When John tried to crawl out, Klebold came around the corner and kicked him while Harris taunted his escape attempt. Klebold then shot him several times in the head and neck, killing him almost instantly.
  • Townsend, Lauren: (January 17, 1981 - April 20, 1999):  Lauren was a inspiring and brilliant Senior who was talented sketch artist. She was an honor student who always achieved high marks and maintained Straight A's on her report cards. She was the captain of the varsity girl's volleyball team.  She excelled in biology and wanted to attend Colorado State University after graduation. She loved animals and volunteered at a local animal shelter. Lauren was in the library studying with her friends, Kelly Fleming, Diwata Perez, Val Schnurr, Jenna Park, and Lisa Kreutz where they all were sitting at Table #2 when Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold entered the library. At approximately 11:30 AM, Harris had moved northeast of Table #6 and shoots and kills Kelly Fleming; while Klebold approaches and  shoots under Table #2 hitting Lauren in the head and neck; and injuring Jeanna Park and Lisa Kreutz. Harris then came around and shot blindly underneath Table # 2 again hitting Lauren, Jeanna, and Lisa. Sadly, Lauren was already dead when she was hit by the second gunshot.
  • Velasquez, Kyle: (May 5, 1982 - April 20, 1999):  Kyle was a gentle and loving young man who was family oriented helping his father and mother with daily tasks and chores around his home. Early at birth, Kyle faced an uphill battle as he suffered a stroke that left him mentally disabled. Kyle faced a rough road in school often being ignored or teased. He loved computers and was spending his lunch hour in the library sitting at one of the computer workstations when Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold started there rampage. Kyle was sitting at the north row of computers when Klebold shot him in the head and back, killing him. Kyle was the first victim to die in the library.


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