1-800-LAW-FIRM Remembers the Lives Lost in the Parkland, Florida Tragedy
The team at 1-800-LAW-FIRM is saddened that another tragic school shooting has robbed families and friends of their cherished loved ones. We wish to remember and honor their lives with this dedicated page. Our thoughts, prayers, and sympathies are with those who are experiencing the devastating loss and absence of those they love.
- Alyssa Alhadeff, 14: Alyssa was outgoing and dedicated to soccer, the sport she loved. She had many friends and will be missed by all who knew her.
- Scott Beigel, 35: Scott was a Geography teacher and camp counselor. He cared immensely about his students. He lost his life while ushering students back to the classroom.
- Martin Duque Anguiano, 14: Martin was described as funny and outgoing by his brother, Miguel. Martin was known to befriend new students and make them feel welcome.
- Nicholas Dworet, 17: Nick was recruited by the University of Indianapolis to be a member of their swim team. He would have been a freshman this fall. He was the captain of his high school swim team and was affectionately given the nickname of “big boss” by his teammates.
- Aaron Feis, 37: Aaron was a beloved football coach. He mentored many students and was often described as a kind soul. Aaron was shot while shielding students and is remembered as a hero.
- Jaime Guttenberg, 14: Jaime was described as a planner. She knew what she wanted to do with her life and was working towards her vision to become a pediatric physical therapist. The Guttenberg family started a non-profit organization in Jaime’s memory called Orange Ribbons for Jaime that will focus on safety in schools.
- Chris Hixon, 49: Chris was the school’s athletic director. He loved the students and treated them as if they were his own. His wife described him as an awesome husband, father, and American.
- Luke Hoyer, 15: Luke was a much-loved member of a very close family. He was known to be happy and easy-going.
- Cara Loughran, 14: Cara had a lot of passions in life. She had big dreams for the future and was passionate about Irish dancing, surfing, and gymnastics.
- Gina Montalto, 14: Gina was an avid reader, gifted dancer, and driven student. Her sense of humor and easy laugh will be missed.
- Joaquin Oliver, 17: Joaquin was born in Venezuela and moved to the U.S. with his family at a young age. He was a sports fanatic and enjoyed football, soccer, and basketball.
- Alaina Petty, 14: Alaina was known as a confident and inspiring person who had a sarcastic sense of humor. She often put others before herself. She was devoted to her community and enjoyed helping others.
- Meadow Pollack, 18: Meadow clearly loved her life and those in it. She loved deeply and openly expressed her feelings towards those she shared her life with. On Facebook, her grandmother described her as “definitely one of a kind.”
- Helena Ramsay, 17: Helena was described as a determined and motivated individual. Her academic life was very important to her and she worked very hard to succeed in her chosen endeavors.
- Alex Schachter, 14: Alex was a member of his school’s orchestra and marching band. His orchestra teacher described him as a gifted trombone player with a bright future.
- Carmen Schentrup, 16: Carmen was academically accomplished. She was one of 10 students at her high school to qualify as a National Merit Scholar semifinalist.
- Peter Wang, 15: Peter was known as a kind person and a cherished friend. He often thought of others before himself. He was murdered while holding the door open for his classmates.