Boulder shooting victims: Identifying the 10 lives lost

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Boulder police on Tuesday identified the 10 victims of the mass shooting at the Table Mesa King Soopers. Victims ranged in age from 20 to 65 and included grocery store workers, a police officer rushing to the scene, and beloved individuals who just happened to be shopping on a Monday afternoon.

Here’s what we know about each victim.

Denny Stong, 20

Denny Stong was a King Soopers worker, a model plane aficionado and into dirt bikes and Civil War reenactments. Read more about Denny here.

Neven Stanisic, 23

Neven Stanisic’s family fled Bosnia, though he was born in the U.S. Family friends at his church say he was “a very good, shy, hardworking boy.” Read more about Neven here.

Rikki Olds, 25

Rikki Olds worked as a front-end manager at King Soopers. Her Facebook identifies her as a Lafayette resident who attended Centaurus High School and Front Range Community College. Read more about Rikki here.

Tralona Bartkowiak, 49

Known to friends as Lonna, Tralona Bartkowiak co-owned a Boulder clothing shop, Umba Love, and was effervescent, friendly and loved music. Read more about Tralona here.

Teri Leiker, 51

The University of Colorado marching band director and former band member said Teri Leiker “was kind of a personal cheerleader for the band.” Leiker worked at King Soopers. Read more about Teri here.

Eric Talley, 51

Boulder Police Officer Eric Talley, who was killed while responding to the King Soopers shooting, was the father of seven who took his job “very seriously.” Talley was interested in using drones for policing and liked woodworking. Read more about Officer Talley here.

Suzanne Fountain, 59

A well-known community theater actress, Suzanne Fountain also helped enroll thousands of people in Medicare and was “simply a very genuine person with tons of integrity.” Read more about Suzanne here.

Kevin Mahoney, 61

To his daughter, Kevin Mahoney was her hero and “all things Love.” Mahoney had worked in hotel asset management and investments. Read more about Kevin here.

Lynn Murray, 62

Described by her daughter as “the biggest light in everybody’s life,” Lynn Murray was working as an Instacart shopper recently. But before she retired, she was a photo director for Glamour, Marie Claire and Cosmopolitan magazines. Read more about Lynn here.

Jody Waters, 65

Possessing of style and a friendly demeanor, Jody Waters worked in and/or owned boutiques along Boulder’s Pearl Street Mall for years. Read more about Jody here.


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