The Thousand Oaks Victims: A Student, a Deputy, a Would-Be Soldier

It was a heartless experience, his friends thought, never to be repeated.

They were wrong.

“He was killed final night during Borderline,” Susan Orfanos, a mom of a 27-year-old, pronounced in a phone talk on Thursday night. “He done it yet Las Vegas, he came home. And he didn’t come home final night, and a dual difference we wish we to write are: gun control. Right now — so that no one else goes by this. Can we do that? Can we do that for me? Gun control.”

Ms. Orfanos afterwards hung adult a phone.

Noel Sparks had her hands in a small bit of all during a church she grew adult in with her family.

She was an all-around creative, pronounced Nancy Moravec, a former executive of Christian life during a United Methodist Church of Westlake Village, where she met Ms. Sparks when she was a child.

Over a years, Ms. Moravec said, she watched as Ms. Sparks got concerned in only about each aspect of a church, from a girl module to a church camps she would after lapse to as a counselor. She sang in a choir, played a cello and danced.

“She was a pleasing dancer,” Ms. Moravec recalled.

The Rev. Walter C. Dilg Jr., a comparison priest of a church, reliable in a write talk Thursday that Ms. Sparks died in a shooting. He pronounced he had schooled of her genocide from her parents, who are still members of a church.

Ms. Moravec, 74, described Ms. Sparks as “loving, kind and generous.” Ms. Moravec estimated that Ms. Sparks was now in her early 20s, and pronounced she had been a tyro during Moorpark College.

“If we had children, we wanted Noel to be one of their friends,” she said.

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