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WH intown print pool report 5a, 1/25/17
Tom Brune • Newsday
January 25, 2017: 05:27 PM

Resending with better explanation. These are the people that POTUS called out at the DHS speech today.

Pool asked for spelling and hometowns of the parents who lost children to violence by noncitizens and were asked to stand by the president.

White House referred to The Remembrance Project. Here is the list that group produced, and a contact person.

Carrie and Lou Ruiz, of Humble Texas

Lost daughter Felicia Ruiz, 17

Laura Wilkerson, of Pearland, Tex.

Lost son Joshua Wilkerson, 18

Steve Ronnebeck, of Mesa Arizona

Lost sone Grant Ronnebeck, 22

Mary Ann Mendoza, of Mesa, Az.

Lost son Mesa Police Sgt. Brandon Mendoza, 32

Fred (father) and James (brother) Funderburg, of Austin, Tex.

Lost son and brother Billy Funderburg, 45, and his Natalee Funderburg, 38


Maria Espinoza



Co-founder & Nat'l Director

The Remembrance Project

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