Faces of the fire victims

So far only 32 of the more than 40 people who died in the fires have been identified. Here are their stories.

October 19, 2017 10:00 AM
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The wind-driven blazes that swept across Northern California in mid-October are now the deadliest series of fires in state history. State officials have found more than 40 victims, and dozens of people are still missing. Here are some of the victims.

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MENDOCINO COUNTY
Irma Bowman
Roy Bowman
Janet Costanzo
Elizabeth Foster
Jane Gardiner
Kai Logan Shepherd
Steve Bruce Stelter
Margaret Stephenson
YUBA COUNTY
Stanley Coolidge
David Culp
Roseann Hannah
Sandy Picciano
NAPA COUNTY
Charles Rippey
Sara Rippey
SONOMA COUNTY
Karen Aycock
Carmen Caldentey Berriz
Carol Collins-Swasey
Michael Dornbach
Valerie Evans
Mike Grabow
Arthur Grant
Suiko Grant
Donna Halbur
Leroy Halbur
Christina Hanson
Monte Kriven
Veronica McCombs
Lynne Powell
Marilyn Ress
Sharon Robinson
Daniel Southard
Linda Tunis





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