List of Texas School Shooting Victims Begin to Emerge

By 1TidBit  Published 26th May, 2022

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Loved ones remembered fourth grade teacher Eva Mireles, 44, as a loving mother and wife, an adventurous spirit and a dedicated teacher. 

Eva Mireles

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Irma Garcia, Mireles' co-teacher of five years, also was killed in the shooting, her son, Christian Garcia told NBC News.

Irma Garcia

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Uziyah Garcia, while on spring break in San Angelo, Texas. The 8-year-old  was among those killed in Tuesday's shooting at Robb Elementary School on May 24 in Uvalde, Texas. 

Uziyah Garcia

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Xavier Javier Lopez, 10, was remembered for his smile, his sense of humor and his love of sports and art. 

Xavier Javier Lopez

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Eliahana Cruz Torres was anxious but excited to play in the final softball game of her season on Monday. She always looked forward to the days she would wear her green and gray uniform and eyeblack grease. 

Eliahana Cruz Torres

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Jose Flores, 10, was among the students killed in the shooting, his father and uncle said. Jose loved baseball and video games and "was always full of energy," his father, Jose Flores Sr., told CNN.

Jose Flores

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Ten-year-old Jailah Silguero was the "baby" of her family and the youngest of four children, her father, Jacob Silguero, 35, told The New York Times. Officials confirmed his daughter’s death to Silguero using a DNA test. 

Jailah Silguero

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Ten-year-old Layla Salazar loved to swim and dance to TikTok videos, according to her father, Vincent Salazar.

Layla Salazar

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Jayce Luevanos, 10, was among the victims, his grandfather Carmelo Quiroz said. Every morning, Jayce woke up and made his grandparents a pot of coffee

Jayce Luevano

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Alithia was a 10-year-old student at the school. Her death was confirmed by her father, Ryan Ramirez, at a Wednesday night vigil held at the Uvalde County Fairplex Arena. 

Alithia Ramirez

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Tess Mata, known by many as Tessy, loved TikTok dance videos, Ariana Grande and the Houston Astros, her sister, Faith Mata, 21, told the Washington Post.

Tess Marie Mata

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