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Sketches of Victims Killed in Bombing

May 6, 1995

Latest sketches of people killed in the Oklahoma bombing based on information that became available Friday. The information was provided by relatives, friends and funeral directors:

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Lucio Aleman Jr., 33, was a safety engineer with the Federal Highway Administration. He liked to draw, listen to jazz and spend time with his wife, son and daughter.

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Olen Burl Bloomer, 61, an Air Force veteran, worked for the U.S. Department of Agriculture in Utah, Texas and Oklahoma City. A native Oklahoman, Bloomer is survived by a daughter and eight brothers and sisters.

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At the time of the bombing, 4-month-old Gabreon Bruce was with his mother, sister, aunt and grandmother at the Social Security office, where his mother was trying to get him a Social Security card. His family presumes he is dead. His sister, Peachlyn Bradley, and grandmother, Cheryl Hammons, were confirmed dead. His mother, Dana Bradley, and aunt, Falesha Bradley, remained hospitalized. He also is survived by his father.

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Cheryl Hammons, 44, was a nursing technician and the grandmother of Gabreon Bruce and Peachlyn Bradley. She is survived by her mother and two daughters.

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Besty Janice McGonnell, 47, was an asset loan manager at the Department of Housing and Urban Development. She belonged to St. Michael’s Episcopal Church in Norman. She is survived by her mother, stepfather, son and daughter.

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Jerry Lee Parker, 45, was a civil engineer for the Federal Highway Administration. He taught Sunday school and sat on the board of the Pleasant Hill Free Will Baptist Church in Norman. He is survived by his wife, one son and two daughters.

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Christi Rosas, 22, had been a receptionist in the loan department of the Federal Employees Credit Union for just eight days. She was married, with a four-month old son. Her body is still buried in the rubble.

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Virginia Thompson, 56, had been hired as a receptionist in the loan department of the Federal Employees Credit Union in January. She enjoyed working in her garden and is survived by two sons and a daughter. Her body is still buried in the rubble.

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