To her children, Olivia, 24, and Pierce, 22, Ms. Murray was a fashion expert of a different sort, with a knack for designing their Halloween costumes.
“The most undeserving person to have to be shot down I can think of has to be my mother,” Olivia Mackenzie said, “and I just wish it could have been me.”
Erika Mahoney, the daughter of another victim, Kevin Mahoney, 61, recalled on social media how he had walked her down the aisle for her marriage last summer. Ms. Mahoney, the news director for KAZU Public Radio in the Monterey, Calif., area, wrote on Twitter that she was heartbroken.
“I know he wants me to be strong for his granddaughter,” she posted, noting that she is now pregnant. “I love you forever Dad. You are always with me.”
Mr. Mahoney had worked as the chief operating officer for Stonebridge Companies, a hotel development and hospitality management company, before he left in 2014, a spokesman for Stonebridge said.
Neven Stanisic, 23, had been fixing coffee machines at the Starbucks inside the supermarket, but had left and was in the parking lot when he was gunned down, said the family’s priest, the Rev. Radovan Petrovic.
The son of Serbian refugees who had fled central Bosnia during the violence of the 1990s, Mr. Stanisic was born in the United States. His Facebook page is filled with anime drawings. His profile picture shows him in a blue cap and gown, posing with friends from his Lakewood, Colo., high school.
‘Beyond Comprehension:’ 10 Lives Lost in Boulder – The New York Times