Aurora, Colo. (AP) Colorado authorities have released the names of all 12 victims killed in a fatal movie theater shooting.
The Arapahoe County coroner's office list includes eight males and four females. All died of gunshot wounds sustained during an early Friday shooting rampage at a crowded Aurora theater.
The youngest victim was just 6. The oldest was 51.
Those killed in the shooting rampage have been identified as:
Veronica Moser-Sullivan, 6, whose mother is critically injured
Alexander J. Boik, 18; incoming first-year student at Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design who planned to become an art teacher
Micayla Medek, 23, of Westminster, Colo.; student at Aurora Community College
Jessica Ghawi, 24, of Denver; aspiring sports journalist
Alexander C. Teves, 24, of Phoenix; earned master's degree in counseling psychology in June from University of Denver
Jonathan T. Blunk, 26, of Aurora; worked at a hardware store, served five years in the U.S. Navy.
John Larimer, 27, of Buckley Air Force Base, Colo.; Navy cryptologist
Matt McQuinn, 27, of Denver; technical support provider
Alex Sullivan, 27, of Aurora; worked at Red Robin restaurant
Jesse Childress, 29, of Thornton, Colo.; Air Force cyber-systems operator
Rebecca Ann Wingo, 32, of Aurora; customer relations representative at a mobile medical imaging company
Gordon W. Cowden, 51, of Aurora; small-business owner and father of two teens
Several makeshift vigils have appeared outside the movie theater and throughout Aurora.
President Barack Obama will travel to Colorado on Sunday to visit with families of victims of the movie theater shooting.
White House communications director Dan Pfeiffer announced plans for the trip on Saturday night. Aides say the trip will also include meetings with state and local officials.
In his weekly radio address, Obama called for prayer and reflection on the shooting rampage in Aurora, Colo., which claimed 12 lives. He urged Americans to embrace the families who lost loved ones in Aurora and to "let them know we will be there for them as a nation."
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