HONORING VICTIMS AND SURVIVORS

As we hope for the day when PursuitSAFETY won’t need to exist, our members are always working toward the day when all of the innocent killed and injured are remembered.


Jessica Uhl

Jessica Uhl

Illinois

“Jessica was friends with everyone, always staying the night with one or running to the mall with another. She loved her family. She had a genuine belly laugh, a bossy nature, and a quirky sense of fun.”
~Kim Schlau (Jessica’s Mom)

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Kelli Uhl

Kelli Uhl

Illinois

“Kelli was the quintessential middle child, always the peacemaker and diplomat. She tormented her sisters but loved them even more. She had a soft heart when it came to animals, and wanted to be a vet."
~Kim Schlau (Kelli’s Mom)

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Sgt. Joanna Joy Ringer

Sgt. Joanna Joy Ringer

Georgia

Soldiers at Fort Benning remembered Joanna for her life. She was 4 feet eleven and tipped the scales at 92 pounds. Her commander said she was small in stature but a giant in love.


Johnny Kallmeyer

Johnny Kallmeyer

Ohio

“My brother Johnny was a year older than me—one of 14 siblings. A Vietnam army veteran, he raised horses and taught us how to ride. Johnny was very generous and had the kindest heart.”

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Jolene LaBar and her unborn baby

Jolene LaBar and her unborn baby

Pennsylvania

“You don't chase somebody down the wrong way of a ramp over a vacuum cleaner. It's absurd, you just back off."
John Murphy (Jolene’s Dad)

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