Let us remember...
Dawn Hochsprung, 47, principal
Mary Sherlach, 56, school psychologist
She and Dawn (the principal) lunged at the gunman and died in an attempt to overtake him. They loved their jobs and put themselves in danger to protect the children.
Victoria Soto, 27, teacher
She was killed shielding her first graders from danger. She hid them in a bathroom or closet, ensuring they were safe. She loved being a teacher.
Ana Marquez-Greene, 6, student
Her family had just moved to Connecticut two months ago.
Lauren Gabrielle Rousseau, 30, teacher
She loved her job and was thrilled to finally become a full time teacher after spending years working as a substitute teacher.
Anne Marie Murphy, 52, teacher
She was an artistic, witty, hardworking, fun-loving and happy soul. A good mother, wife, and daughter.
Chase Kowalski, 7, student
He was always outside, playing in the yard, and riding his bicycle. His neighbor said, "You couldn't think of a better child"
Emilie Parker, 6, student
Quick to cheer up those who needed a smile, she always was ready to make a card or picture. Her father said, "I'm so blessed to be her dad."
Nancy Lanza, 52, gunman's mother
She hosted game nights and loved gardening. "She was a very nice lady," a neighbor said. "She was just like the rest of us in the neighborhood, just a regular person."
Rachel Davino, 29, teacher
Charlotte Bacon, 6, student
Daniel Bardon, 7, student
Olivia Engel, 6, student
Josephine Gay, 7, student
Dylan Hockley, 6, student
Madeleine Hsu, 6, student
Catherine Hubbard, 6, student
Jesse Lewis, 6, student
James Mattioli, 6, student
Grace McDonell, 7, student
Jack Pinto, 6, student
Noah Pozner, 6, student
Caroline Previdi, 6, student
Jessica Rekos, 6, student
Avielle Richman, 6, student
Benjamin Wheeler, 6, student
Allison Wyatt, 6, student
Pray for the families, victims, and witnesses of this terrible event.
Gone but never forgotten. 12/14/12