Photos: Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Students who never came home

Anxious family members wait for news of students as two people embrace, Wednesday, Feb. 14, 2018, in Parkland, Fla. A shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School sent students rushing into the streets as SWAT team members swarmed in and locked down the building. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)

Alyssa Alhadeff,14, Freshman

Alyssa’s cousin posted to Facebook Wednesday after the shooting asking for help in locating her cousin.

Unfortunately, it was confirmed by a family friend the following day that Alyssa was killed in the shooting. Alyssa’s family friend also included a message from her mother Lori Alhadeff  saying:

“My Daughter Alyssa was killed today by a horrific act of violence. I just sent her to school and she was shot and killed. Alyssa was a talented soccer player, so smart, an amazing personality, incredible creative writer, and all she had to offer the world was love. She believed in people for being so honest. A knife is stabbed in my heart. I wish I could of taken those bullets for you. I will always love you and your memory will live on forever. Please kiss your children, tell them you love them, stand by them no matter what they want to be. To Alyssa’s Friends honor Alyssa by doing something fabulous in your life. Don’t ever give up and inspire for greatness. Live for Alyssa! Be her voice and breathe for her. Alyssa loved you all forever!”

Jaime Guttenberg

Jaime’s cousin made a post to Facebook after Wednesday’s shooting to ask for information about her cousin.

She posted a few hours later that Jamie was killed in the shooting describing her as a kind-hearted, driven, beautiful, funny, sweet girl who would always go out of her way for others.

Meadow Pollack, Senior

Meadow’s cousin posted on Facebook asking to help and share a picture of the 18-year-old, the family was extremely worried. Meadow’s father was seen on the news attempting to reach her multiple times.

Meadow’s father told The Palm Beach Post that Meadow had died as a result of the shooting. She was a senior and planned to attend school at Lynn University.

Cara Loughran

A family friend posted to Facebook Wednesday night after the shooting reporting that Cara was missing and asked the public for help. Thursday morning, the family friend updated the post confirming that Cara’s parents were informed that she had passed away.

Joaquin Oliver,17

Joaquin’s sister posted to Facebook asking the anyone to share a picture of the 17-year-old and that she had not heard from her brother who was at the school at the time of the shooting.

the two flowers that bloomed in the dark room

A post shared by Joaquin Oliver (@slump_guac) on


Joaquin’s girlfriend pictured above on his Instagram account told the Miami Herald that he had died as a result of the shooting. Joaquin was born in Venezuela and moved to the U.S. at the age of three with his family. He had become a U.S. citizen in January of 2017.

Nicholas Dworet,17, Senior

A friend of Nicholas’s girlfriend posted to Facebook Wednesday after the shooting asking anyone who knows the whereabouts of her friend’s boyfriend to contact, Daria Chiarella.

Nicholas’s mothers family friend posted to Facebook with the news that Nicholas had passed away in the shooting. The week before he had signed to the University of Indianapolis on a swimming scholarship.

Gina Montalto,14, Freshman

Jennifer Montalto, the 14-year-old’s mother’s family friend posted to Facebook Wednesday describing what the teen was last seen wearing. A couple of hours later she updated the status confirming that Gina had passed away. Gina was a flag guard in the school’s marching band.

Martin Duque Anguiano,14, Freshman

A friend of Martin posted a picture of the 14-year-old in an effort to locate him after the shooting on Wednesday.

Later Wednesday night Martins brother posted to Instagram confirming that Martin had passed away. His brother Miguel wrote, that words could not describe his pain over the loss of his little brother and that he would be missed, Dueques forever.

Luke Hoyer,15

Luke had been confirmed missing by family and friends Wednesday after the shooting.

Luke’s cousin made a post to Facebook confirming that his 15-year-old cousin was one of 17 victims in the Parkland school shooting adding “He had his whole life ahead of him and now I live through him.”

Carmen Schentrup,16

Carmen was missing Wednesday afternoon after the shooting. Her families church confirmed that she was one of the victims of the shooting. The 16-year-old was a semi-finalist for a national merit scholarship and had her whole life ahead of her.

Alaina Petty,14

Alaina who is seen above in a fun-loving picture enjoying ice cream is one of the 17 victims. Her aunt confirmed that the 14-year-old was killed during the shooting.

Alex Scacthter, 14

Alex’s cousin shared on Facebook Thursday that her cousin tragically died. Alex was a 14-year-old student at Marjory Stoneman Douglas who played the trombone in the school’s marching band and was described as kind by peers.

Peter Wang,15

Peter Wang was reported missing Wednesday after the shooting by a family friend.

On Thursday, a classmate of Peter’s family member confirmed Peter lost his life during the shooting. She also mentioned that Peter “held the door so others could escape. He lost his life doing this last act of heroism,” he was a member of the school’s ROTC program.

Helena Ramsey

On Thursday a family member of Helena announced that she was one of the victim’s that lost her life in a Facebook post, in the post he acknowledged that she was deeply loved and commended her relentless devotion to her academic studies.

All of the students in this article have been confirmed deceased on social media or through news media outlets.

Some were reported missing in a previous article.

Sheriff Scott Isreal named all the victims Thursday; in addition to the 14 students who passed away, 3 teachers died.

Rest in peace to the all the students and the three teachers who lost their lives; athletic director, Christopher Hixon, football coach, Aaron Feis, and Geography teacher, Stephen Beigel.


Our thoughts and prayers are with these families and the Parkland community during this tragic time.

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