The names of the deceased victims of El Paso’s mass shooting


Michael Cuviello

Memorials for the victims of Saturday’s shooting have been created near the Cielo Vista Wal-Mart.

Alejandra Molina, Contributor

On Monday afternoon of Aug. 4, the El Paso Police Department released an official complete list of the 22 deceased victims from the Walmart Shooting that took place on Saturday, August 3.

Ages range from 15 to 90 years old. Thirteen were U.S. citizens, eight were Mexicans and one was German.


Here is the list of deceased victims:


Andre Pablo Anchondo, 23, and Jordan Anchondo, 24


Both U.S. citizens living in El Paso, they were married and left behind three children. One was two months old and was with them Saturday. According to the Associated Press, Jordan died protecting her baby.


Arturo Benavidez, 60


He was from El Paso, an Army Veteran and a bus driver for Sun Metro. He was shopping with his wife, Patricia, according to the New York Times.


Leonard Cipeda Campos, 41, and Maribel Loya Campos, 56


Both lived in El Paso and were married. Leonard attended P.S.J.A. High School, graduated in the Class of 1996, was well-liked and a great athlete, according to a statement given by the school to the New York Times.


Raul Flores, 77, and Maria Flores, 77


Both U.S. citizens, they were married. 


Jorge Calvillo Garcia, 61


He was born in Torreón, Coahuila, and was visiting his son, Luis, who was also injured and is in critical condition. They were raising money for his granddaughter’s soccer team outside the Walmart, according to CBS4 Local News. 


Adolfo Cerros Hernandez, 68, and Sara Esther Regalado Moriel, 66


Adolfo was born in Aguascalientes, and Sara was born in Ciudad Juárez. They were married and lived in Ciudad Juárez.


Alexander Gerhard Hoffman, 66 


He was from Germany.


David Johnson, 63


He was from El Paso, and did lighting installation for a living. He was shopping with his wife and granddaughter at Walmart that Saturday, and he shielded them from bullets, according to his daughter’s, Stephanie Melendez, statement to NBC News.


Luis Alfonzo Juarez, 90


He was a U.S. Citizen.


María Eugenia Legarreta Rothe, 58


She was from Chihuahua and  traveled to El Paso to pick up her daughter from the airport and made a quick stop at Walmart, according to a Facebook post her relatives made.


Elsa Liboria Mendoza Márquez, 57


She was born in Yepomera, Chihuahua, and worked in Ciudad Juárez as a teacher and principal. She was very loved in the community, and she was shopping with her husband and son who were waiting in the car for her, according to El Diario who spoke with her relatives.


Ivan Filiberto Manzano, 46 


He was from Ciudad Juárez, and worked as director of operations in a marketing agency, according to his LinkedIn Profile. He was a good father and liked to participate in running marathons, according to El Diario.


Gloria Irma Marquez, 61


She was from Ciudad Juárez and a dedicated mother, grandmother and friend, according to a GoFundMe page the family set up for the children she left behind.


Margie Reckard, 63


She lived in El Paso with her 22-year-old partner, Antonio Basco, according to NBC news.


Javier Amir Rodriguez, 15


He lived in Horizon and was set to start school on Horizon High School. He was a member of the Toros FC Soccer Academy, according to the El Paso Times.


Teresa Sanchez, 82 


According to the list released by El Paso Police Department, she was a Mexican citizen, though it has not been confirmed by Mexico’s Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard. She passed away at Del Sol Medical Center this Monday morning because of critical injuries,  Dr. Stephen Flaherty, specialist in Trauma Surgery and Surgical Critical Care, said in a news conference. 


Angelina Sliva-Englisbee, 86


Known as Angie, she grew up in Santa Fe then moved to El Paso. She loved sports and was known as a strong woman with a big family, according to KVIA.


Juan de Dios Velázquez Chairez, 77 


Born in Zacatecas, Mexico, Chairez became a U.S. citizen. He passed away from critical injuries in Las Palmas Del Sol Medical Center early Monday, Dr. Stephen Flaherty, specialist in Trauma Surgery and Surgical Critical Care, said in a news conference. He was with his wife, Nicolasa Velázquez, who was also injured, according to the New York Times.


Full names from Mexican citizens deceased in this incident were gathered from Mexico’s Foreign Secretary, Marcelo Ebrard. 


The list was posted in the following website