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    • FFMV Birthdays 2014 FFMV Memories 2014 April 2014
    • FAMILIES & FRIENDS OF MURDER VICTIMS, Inc. (FFMV) Newsletter April, 2014 Thank-you: *Carol Anderson – Website *Kaiser – Oakland *Avaxat Elementary School- Murrieta *St. Anthony’s Catholic Church-Upland *Christ The Redeemer Catholic Church Grand Terrace *Palm Desert Library *First United Methodist Church of La Puente *San Bernardino County District Attorney’s Office of Victim Services/Victim Advocates *Riverside County District Attorney’s Office of Victim Services/Victim Advocates * Dola Wiedemann – Mother of Lisel - Memory Cards *Family of Kris Flores *Janet Garcia & Barbara Christian facebook administrators * Ellie Rossi – Mother of David and Lisa * San Bernardino County District Attorney’s Office for sponsoring newsletter for 2014* . Inmate Locator, Department of Corrections is now making it easier for people to locate prison inmates; it’s a free online search and is open to the general public. http://inmatelocator.cdcr.ca.gov The executive Board of Families & Friends of Murder Victims, INC. proudly welcomes FFMV San Fernando Chapter to our organization, this chapter will be a satellite chapter of FFMV SGV. Luisa Ashley - Mother of Anthony will be chapter leader. Meetings will be on the 1st Thursday of every month 6:00pm-8:00pm at United Methodist Church in the Fireside Room 15435 Rayen St. Sepulveda, CA 91343 Contact information Luisa (818) 445-2077 Need Someone to Talk To? * Bertha Flores - Parent - Spanish speaking (909) 200-5499 (after 3pm) Rialto CA *Rose Madsen – Parent (909) 798-4803 (after 4pm) – Redlands CA *Maxine Russell – (818) 378-2072 Parent/Grief Counselor *Dawn Hall – Parent (951) 757-4419 – Murrieta CA *Mary Stewart -Parent (951 698-5317) Emergency Consult for Suicidal or Homicidal Participants *Linda Atencio -Parent – 760-662-4373 – High Dessert * Ellie Rossi - Parent - 909-810-8133 Redlands CA * Delores Maloy- Parent – High Desert Contact – 760-530-7027 * Shayla Adams – 760-475-3774 * Richard McVoy – Adult Sibling – 909-503-5456 – Grand Terrace CA * Tanya Powell - Parent – 760-596-2293- Upland CA Families & Friends of Murder Victims: A non-profit organization Dedicated to providing information, support, and friendship to persons who have experienced the death of a loved one through the violent act of murder Share Sorrow….. Share Strength Mission: To restore a sense of hope and to provide a pathway to well-being to those who have lost a loved one to murder and to those who are victims of attempted murder. Love Gifts Love gifts are a specific tax deductible donation made to the memory of a loved one’s birthday, anniversary of a death, holiday, or just because which are posted in newsletter. They are also made by caring professionals, organizations to help in the work that FFMV does with victims/survivors. These gifts help with the expenses incurred in reaching out to others and operating expenses. When making out a check, please make payable to FFMV and note Love Gift on check or envelope. Love Gifts can be mailed to FFMV- P.O. Box 11222 San Bernardino, Ca. - 92423-1222 Join Families & Friends of Murder Victims on Thank-you Janet Garcia Mother of Jesse Garcia – 6/10/78 – 6/27/94 Barbara Christian Mother of Terri Lynn Winchell– 4/10/63 – 1/8/8
    • FFMV - Riverside Chapter Meets on the 3rd Wednesday of every month at 7pm Avaxat Elementary School, 24300 La Brisas Road in Murrieta, CA Contact Dawn (951) 757-4419 For directions ask for PJ at- 951-696-1600 x2177 – M-F 9am-4pm (1-2pm lunch) FFMV - Colton Chapter 1st Tuesday of every month Christ The Redeemer Catholic Church Robinson Hall – Room 6 12745 Oriole Ave Grand Terrace, CA 92313 Time: 6:00pm - 8:00pm Contact person for directions or information Rose – 909-754-6969 mail4ffmv@yahoo.com FFMV -Coachella Valley Chapter Suspended until new leader is replaced Oakland Chapter 1st Tuesday of every month Kaiser in Oakland, Howe St. at Broadway, 12th floor Room 1200 East Contact: Robin – 510-653-8069 Sandra – 510-691-7089 Grief Support Group ALL are welcome at our monthly meetings. Whether you are a parishioner or not. If you are suffering the loss of a loved one and in need to talk to someone, we are here to listen and share emotions. Together and with the help of the Lord, we can help each other heal. Meetings are held every 2nd Wednesday of the month 7 to 9 P.M. ~ Room 8 St. Anthony’s Church 1640 Western Ave. San Bernardino (909)887-3810 Contacts: Hope Morfin (909)820-6163 Ralph & Arlene Payan (909)887-4387 (FFMV Participants) Danny & Rose Equihua (909) 887-3744 FFMV West End Chapter -Bi-lingual Meets every 2nd Thursday of every month at 7:00pm-8:30pm St. Anthony’s Catholic Church Conference Room 2210 North San Antonio Upland, CA 91786 Participants have the option of the English & Spanish Meeting Local Grupo Bilingue Los participantes pueden escoger en Inglés o en Español Se reunen cada Segundo Jueves del mes a las 7:00 p.m. Contact persons/ Personas de contacto: Rita Marin (909) 215-7063 rittaatffmv@aol.com No meeting in April FFMV – SGV Chapter Meetings are currently held on the 2nd Tuesday of each month in a classroom at the First United Methodist Church of La Puente, located at. 15701 Hill Street, La Puente, CA 91744. Contact information: * Luz Ruiz (626) 388-6403 *Tracy Ponce (626) 533-3121 FFMV - San Fernando Chapter satellite chapter of FFMV SGV Meets every 1st Thursday of every month 6:00pm-8:00pm at United Methodist Church in the Fireside Room 15435 Rayen St. Sepulveda, CA 91343 Contact information * Luisa (818) 445-2077
    • FFMV Fundraisers Office Depot - Staples – Office Max If you shop at Office Depot or Staples please use FFMV’s Rewards Number for Office Depot which is 1139461170 Office Max – 650756207, Staples- or use just give them 909-798-4803 for all three. We get reward points that help defray the cost of printing, ink cartridges and office supplies. PLEASE….Don‘t throw away your old ink cartridges! Continue to bring them to us, or take them to Office Max, Staples or Office Depot and give them 909-798-4803 It’s an easy way to help FFMV purchase office supplies. FFMV SGV Chapter News Announcements Luz shared that she would like to sell bracelets as a fundraiser for our chapter. These bracelets would be personalized with our loved one’s names on it and Luz Ruiz will make them herself. Each bracelet will cost $15. She will be posting pictures of the bracelets on her Facebook Page soon. She is taking orders now. FFMV Resources and Additional Support Services San Bernardino County District Attorney’s Office of Victim Witness Centers: San Bernardino (909) 387-6540 Rancho Cucamonga: (909) 945-4241* Victorville/Desert area: (760)552-6947 Riverside County District Attorney’s Office of Victim Witness Centers: Riverside: (951) 955-5450 Murrieta: (951) 304-5680 * Banning: (951) 922-7130 * Indio: (760) 863-8408 *Los Angeles County District Attorney's Victim Witness Assistance Program offices: Pomona: 909) 620-3381 *Life.After.Uncivil.Ruthless.Acts. 323-816-9651 www.laurala.org * WINGS OF JUSTICE – Website www.murdermislabeledsuicide.com/WingsofJustice *Women Against Gun Violence – 310-204-2348 www.wagv.org *www.CrimeVictims.gov—public awareness Web site * H.E.A.L. Helping Everyone Acknowledge Loss – 818-378-2072– RussellBliss21@aol.com * Crime Victims United of California – 530-885-9544 www.crimevictimsunited.com or mail@crimevictimsunited.com * North American Victim Assistance (NOVA) www.trynova.org * Victims of Crime Resources Center (800) VICTIMS * POMC - (888) 818-POMC www.pomc.org * Greater Orange County POMC – Marie – 714-999-7132 – 562-508-2397 * Citizens Against Homicide - (415) 455-5944 * Justice for Murdered Children - (310) 547-1367 * Memory of Victims Everywhere - (949) 248-5470 MOVE@cox.net * Resource for the Grieving and Bereavedwww.griefcompanion.com * Crime Survivors – 949-872-7895 www.crimesurvivors.com Bi-monthly meetings held in Orange County * Adela Lavine~Medium: www.adelalavine.com * MADD – (909) 888-6233 www.maddsanbernardino.org *JUSTICE FOR HOMICIDE VICTIMS - (310) 457- 0030 -jhvinfo@justiceforhomicidevictims.com * Striving Towards Eradicating Violence In Ennercities -S.T.E.V.I.E. stevieisunityandpeace@yahoo.com oneunikadvocate2@aol.com * www.psychic4themissing.com * Survivors of Murdered Children SGV Chapter – Alhambra Police Dept.RM# EDC 2nd Floor 211 South First Street, Alhambra, CA., 91801) 3rd Wednesday of the Month Time: 6:30PM - 8:30PM Tina-626-298-9054 - tinayyama@att.net
    • APRIL BIRTHDAYS Adelaja Nogoma Russ Arthur“Tudy Boy” Ruiz Ashley Nicole Rivas Brandon Michael Selph Briseida Campos Brittany Lynn Riggs Chris Stirrat Elsie Redmond Gregg W. Gibson, II Guillermo Carbajal Jermaine Darnell Esters Marques Lemar Johnson Mary Estes Nicholas “Nicky”Acosta Noah Ferrer Nyla Torres Phillip “Ben” Ackley Roberto“Bobby” Ruiz Jr. Rosa G. Torres Sommer Clugston Terri Lynn Winchell Terry L. Stutson Trevor Johnson
    • APRIL – In Loving Memory Briseida Campos Cesario Valdez Darren E. Russell Denise Duerr Enrique Cerda Frank Wellman Jamal Mboya Johnson Jermaine Darnell Esters Jesus “Rick” Soto Jr. Michael Villegas Jr. Michael Chacon Officer David Ruiz Rhonda McNamara Scott Campbell Sebastian Orioli Shauna Ann Maynard Shawn G. Olave Richard Bohannan We Will Always Remember You
    • LOVE GIFTS In Loving Memory In Loving Memory In Loving Memory Mario Quiroz Bobby Ruiz Jr Darren Russell 5/14/68 – 1/25/06 4/12/82 – 11/20/05 9/22/69 – 4/14/05 In Loving Memory David Charles Nystrom – 2/2/64 - 7/27/98 & Lisa Cummings – 11/13/66 – 3/12/11 Brother and Sister in Heaven ….. now together watching over their Mom (Ellie Rossi) --------------------------------------------------------------Love Gift----------------------------------------------------------------- Donation $_______________ Name (please print):_________________________________________________________________ Address____________________________________City/St.________________________Zip__________ Email address: __________________________________________________________ Your Phone # ( ) ____________________Relationship to Victim: _____________________________ Name of Victim: _________________________________________________________________ Date of Birth: Date of Death: ______________________ Please post my loved ones message and/or picture(s) for the month of: ___________ # of pictures enclosed/attached ____________ Use picture on file______________
    • In 2007, Congress designated September 25 as the "National Day of Remembrance for Murder Victims." This special day gives us the chance to honor our nation’s murder victims and pray for surviving family members whose lives were forever changed by an act of violence. While our actions today cannot change the horrific past, it is my hope that our shared efforts will, at the very least, seek to remind us of the common bond we share as Americans. Their loss is our loss, and their pain is our pain. We must never forget. San Bernardino County District Attorneys’ Office online memorial boards is to do just that—honor the memories of those who lost their lives to a senseless act of violence in San Bernardino County. If you would like to have your loved one's photo placed on our online memorial board, please send us one digital image along with the name of your loved one, date of birth and date of passing to clee@sbcda.org. Our memorial only dates back to 2011 when the District Attorney's website was revamped; however, if your loved one's date of passing is prior to 2011, you are also invited to submit your photos and be included in the memorial. The image must be at least 230 pixels wide and 290 pixels high (230x290). We will update this page once a year on September 25.  PRAYER VIGIL VIOLENCE AFFECTS US ALL! We invite everyone to come and pray with us! Let us remember in a special way those who have died to violence in our families, communities and all around the nation, as well as those who grieve their loss. Please bring a picture/memento if there is someone You would like to remember who has died to violence (Homicide, suicide, war, accident, etc.). Holy Family Church, Hesperia Friday, April 4th, 7:00pm Prayer Vigil Our Lady of Mount Carmel, Rancho Cucamonga, Friday, April 11, 7:00pm Mass All Services will be in both English and Spanish For more information, please contact: Sr. Sue Reif, OSF, Director of Restorative Justice Ministry, Diocese of San Bernardino: sreif@sbdiocese.org o 909-475-5474.
    • National Crime Victims’ Rights Week: April 6 – April 12, 2014 "30 Years: Restoring the Balance of Justice." The week of April 6 – April 12, 2014 will commemorate National Crime Victims’ Rights Week. Throughout the country, regional events are held to honor lives that were lost to crime and to recognize others who have worked tirelessly demonstrating commitment to the cause, by promoting victims’ rights and honoring crime victims and those who advocate on their behalf. FFMV will be partnering with San Bernardino County District Attorneys’ Office and other community partners with events being planned for this week. Grief is like an old fashioned set of scales. In early grief a great load sits on one end. It stays there laden down with the weight of our pain. Then it shifts a little, it moves and a piece gets knocked off. It becomes lighter as we take the time to work through the pain of our grief. As we find new and different ways to keep our loved one a part of our life it gets lighter again. The scales tip more. We begin to balance our pain with ease, with small moments in our everyday life that will balance us a little bit more, even if it takes much for us to find them. The scales tip this way and that, as our grief tips this way and that........ (Stepping through Grief)
    • Join Us in Honoring Victims of Crime 15th Annual Candlelight Remembrance Thursday, April 10, 2014 at 6:00pm Rancho Cucamonga Civic Center Courtyard 10500 Civic Center Drive Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730 Partnership Bring Your Loved One’s Picture and Shoes to Display We will have a “Clothesline” display Courtesy of San Bernardino District Attorney’s Office/Victim Services If you have a t-shirt already made that you would like to display please bring on the day of event. Dove release will be promptly at 6:00pm (Weather permitting) Invocation – Chaplain Marilynn Kimball Speakers Mike Ramos - San Bernardino County District Attorney Flerida Alacron – San Bernardino County District AttorneyChief, Bureau Victim Services Questions call: Rose 909-754-6969 – Rita 909-215-7063 (We will be moved indoors if it rains) FFMV participants, don’t forget to bring 1dozen cookies to share with families, if possible
    • Join Us Crime Victims Memorial Monday, April 7, 2014 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. San Bernardino County Government Center Rotunda 385 North Arrowhead Avenue San Bernardino, California Sponsored by the Office of the District Attorney  ANNUAL VICTIMS MARCH ON THE CAPITOL!! TUESDAY, APRIL 8th, 2014!! West Steps of the State Capitol  Justice for Homicide Victims Annual Memorial Foundation Event – JHV Sunday, April 21, 2013 @ 11:30am to 1:30pm Rose Hills Memorial Park, Just inside Gate 19 off Workman Mill Road  Orange County District Attorney’s Annual VICTIMS’ RIGHTS MARCH & RALLY Led by District Attorney Tony Rackauckas Friday April 11, 2014 9:30 a.m. Contact: Susan Kang Schroeder Chief of Staff (714) 347-8408 Susan.Schroeder@da.ocgov.com Community Service Programs, Inc. is sponsoring this event
    • Tuesday April 8th , 2014 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM 7th St & D St Cul-de-Sac On the Steps of the San Bernardino Police Department 710 North D Street, San Bernardino, CA (Rain or Shine) We need two volunteers at this vigil…please contact Rose at FFMV "DETOUR" - a documentary Multilevel Entertainment is passionate about producing a documentary entitled "DETOUR" to benefit Families & Friends of Murder Victims, Inc., a 501(c)3 non-profit organization since 1995, dedicated to providing information, support, and friendship to persons who have experienced the death of a loved one through the violent act of murder. This documentary collaborates with real people and stories from the survivors: the families and friends of the murder victim. Their journeys from loss to beginning a new life is also told by law makers and enforcers, medical professionals, and clergy. Our goal is to create a poignant documentary that highlights the effects of homicide on society and the necessary coping skills for those who are surviving the loss and grief of their loved one ... now, called the victim. By raising public awareness, we hope that Families & Friends of Murder Victims, Inc. will receive the financial support they need to continue their work with survivors throughout Southern California in Los Angeles, San Bernardino, and Riverside Counties, and become an international model program. For more information, visit igg.me/at/ffmvfilm – Update….funding is still in process.  Crime Survivors Save the Date 10 Annual Survive and Thrive Run/Walk Health & safety Expo Saturday, April 12, 2014 Mason Regional Park, Irvine, CA Schedule of Events 7:00 a.m. Registration Begins 8:15 a.m. Warm Up 8:30 a.m. Special Guest Presentation 9:00 a.m. Run/Walk 10:00 a.m. OC Crime Victims Monument Final Design Unveiling Program/Speakers Survivors Dove Release www.surviveandthriverunwalk.org
    • Riverside County District Attorney Paul Zellerbach and his office are honored to host their annual candlelight vigils recognizing National Crime Victims’ Rights Week TUESDAY, APRIL 8th Palm Desert Civic Park (Amphitheatre) 43-900 San Pablo Ave., Palm Desert, CA 92260 760.863.8408 WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9th Harveston Lake Park 40135 Village Road Dr., Temecula, CA 92591 951.304.5680 THURSDAY, APRIL 10th Riverside County Historic Courthouse 4050 Main St., Riverside, CA 92501 951.955.5450 All Candlelight Vigils begin at 7:00 p.m. Immediately following the Riverside Candlelight Vigil: Memorial Wall Gathering Riverside County District Attorney’s Office Victim Memorial Courtyard 3960 Orange St., Riverside, CA 92501 For additional information please call: 951.955. 9888 * Greater Orange County Chapter POMC Monument and Vigil – Sunday April 13, 2014 6pm Annual Candlelight Vigil & Names Dedication Ceremony Each year during Victim's Rights Week in April, victims of homicide are honored and remembered with a very special ceremony. The names of those who have been added to the Memorial Monument that year are dedicated during a candlelight vigil in their honor. The names of all those previously inscribed are mentioned prior to the ceremony. The candlelight ceremony honors our Loved Ones as well as all victims of homicide. The event includes speakers, live music, information booths, and a display of memory quilts and loved one's photos. Memory Garden Memorial Park and Mortuary 455 W. Central Avenue Brea, CA 92821 714-529-
    • Justice for Murdered Children: SaveThe Date, Saturday, " April 12, 2014-7:00-11:00am "National Crime Victims Rights Week-Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser, Peck Park, San Pedro, Ca HISTORY: JFMC was founded in 1996 by LaWanda Hawkins when her only child, Reggie was murdered. LaWanda, along with other parents who had lost children to homicide discovered that their cases were going unsolved and that they had been left out of the criminal justice process. Together they felt the need to form Justice For Murdered Children CAMP GOOD GRIEF (SVP) Camp Good Grief-Special Victims Program (SVP) is a joint effort between the San Bernardino County District Attorney's Office Bureau of Victim Services and Loma Linda University Medical Center Children's Hospital. The 3-day grief camp is geared toward homicide/suicide and is for children ages 10-16 who have experienced a violent death in their family. Campers board a bus at the Ronald McDonald House in Loma Linda and head to Camp Cedar Falls in the San Bernardino Mountains for a three-day camp and grief therapy experience. At camp the children participate in game and team building activities and therapeutic group activities designed to help them learn and understand how to cope with the grief over the violent death of their loved one. This camp has been so successful that it has been expanded to include Camp Good Grief - Special Victims Program Teen Retreat. It will be held annually and provides grief services for teens ages 14-18 who previously participated in Camp Good Grief - SVP and whose lives have been positively impacted by camp. It will be a combination of learning advanced grief management skills as well as a training camp for future Camp Good Grief Peer Counselors. Camp is free of charge to all campers and camperships are funded by unclaimed victim restitution. Therapists and interns from Loma Linda Marriage and Family Therapy Clinic, Loma Linda Child Life Specialists and District Attorney's Office Victim Advocates donate their time to the camp. The Bureau of Victim Services and Loma Linda University Children's Hospital have pledged to continue fundraising activities, presentations to service groups, and outreach events so they may continue hosting future Camp Good Grief-SVP programs. Contact: Dorothy Brooks 909-558-4073
    • From Rose Madsen, Editor/Chair/co-founder of the Colton & Coachella Chapter of FFMV In Memory of my daughter Jennifer LeAnne Balber 12/02/73 – 11/10/94 A 20yr. old SoCal Gas Co. Meter Reader, Fatally Shot in the Line of Service in Rialto, CA Victims’ Rights Week April 6-12 - 2014 is quickly approaching;I have listed numerous events from Orange County, Los Angeles County, Riverside County, and San Bernardino County. I hope to see you at some of these events. FFMV will be hosting our 15th Annual Victims Candlelight Memorial on Thursday April 10th a special thank-you to Rita Marin (West End Chapter Leader) for all her efforts in planning this event. I hope to see you on April 10th. Buttons made possible again by Desi in Memory of Kris Flores Website - http://families-friends-murdervictims.simplesite.com/ My beautiful Jen…..I can no longer…See you with my eyes…Touch you with my hands… But I will feel you in my heart….Forever…Love, Mom Send me your outcome of your court process or status of your case and I will post on our newsletter. Please update me with any changes to your mailing address, phone, or email, also if your loved ones picture, birthday or anniversary is skipped on newsletter, please let me know ASAP and I will correct I’m in the process of updating our new database. FFMV is excited about the documentary project that highlights the effects of homicide on society and the necessary coping skills for the survivors of the victims. If you are interested in participating, please email me at mail4ffmv@yahoo.com. And I will forward your interest, I will keep you posted. Grief is not healed in a certain time frame, the heart does not work that way... I continue to pray for the families of the victims and surviving victims for PEACE, HOPE and JUSTICE! Thoughtfully, Rose FFMV is a non-profit organization dedicated to serving survivors of murder victims & victims of attempted murder. Our main purpose is grief support for those victim/survivors. All assistance provided to victims is given free of charge by volunteers. Contributions and/or questions regarding the policies of FFMV may be addressed to: FFMV Executive Board at P.O. Box 11222 San Bernardino, Ca. 92423-1222, e-mailed to mail4fffmv@yahoo.com or phoned to 909-754-6969 FFMV is a tax-exempt organization under the Section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Service. Our Organization depends largely upon private donations which will cover operational expenses, Our Annual Family Christmas Memorial Luncheon, and Our Annual Victims’ Rights Week Memorial. We are seeking a sponsor (s) for our events. Please contact FFMV at the above e-mail or phone if you are interested. Tax ID #68-0299211 All Contributions Are Tax Deductible
    • 2014 Participant /Photo Release Form for slide show & picture boards Families & Friends of Murder Victims, INC (FFMV) Circle one: New Participant ~ Update my information ~ Agency/Non Victim Please Print Date________________ Relationship to Victim_______________________ Victim’s First Name______________________________________________ Victim’s Last Name______________________________________________ Date of Birth _____________ Date of Death__________ Solved: Yes ( ) No ( ) Permission to use photo(s): Yes ( ) No ( ) Just add me to e-mail/mailing list to receive monthly newsletter and event information I grant to Families & Friends of Murder Victims, Inc. (FFMV), the right to use photograph(s) of the above-identified subject. I authorize FFMV to use and publish the same in print and/or electronically. I agree that FFMV may use such photographs with or without his/her name and for any lawful purpose, including for example such purposes as publicity, illustration, advertising, and Web content. I have read and understand the above. Name of Agency/Non-Victim if applicable: ________________________________ Signature _________________________________________________________ Print Full Name _____________________________________________________ Address___________________________________________________________ City__________________________________ Zip Code____________________ Phone with area code _______________________________________________ E-mail ____________________________________________________________ Mail or e-mail participant/release form to: mail4ffmv@yahoo.com FFMV ~ P.O.Box 11222 San Bernardino, CA ~ 92423-1222 I have included a picture ( ) Yes ( ) No use the one on file I have included a $_________ a donation for 2014 Thank-you… if you have already sent a donation
    • FORMA DE PERMISO 2014 Participante / Formulario de Autorización para la presentación de diapositivas de fotos y fotos juntas Fecha: _____________ Relación con la víctima: ____________________________________ El Primer nombre de la victima: ____________________________________________ El Apellido de la victima: ________________________________________________ Fecha de nacimiento_________ Fecha de la muerte__________ Solucionado: Si ( ) No ( ) Permiso para usar la foto (s): Si ( ) No ( ) Sólo me agregar a la lista e-mail/mailing para recibir el boletín mensual, información de eventos Concedo a las FAMILIAS Y AMIGOS DE VICTIMAS DE HOMICIDIO, INC. (FFMV) el derecho a usar la fotografía (s) del sujeto identificado anteriormente. Autorizo FFMV a utilizar y publicar el mismo en forma impresa y / o electrónica. Estoy de acuerdo en que FFMV podrá utilizar dichas fotografías con o sin su su / nombre y para cualquier propósito legal, incluyendo, por ejemplo, con fines tales como la publicidad, la ilustración, el contenido publicitario y web. He leído y entendido lo anterior. Firma: ______________________________________________________________ Nombre en letra imprenta: ________________________________________________ Direccion: ____________________________________________________________ Ciudad: ____________________________ Estado: __________ Codigo postal: ____________ Telefono: (_____) _____-________ Celular: (_____) _______________________ e-mail: ___________________________________________________________________ Envíe por correo o e-mail participante / formulario de divulgación para FFMV ~ PO Box 11222 San Bernardino, CA 92423-1222 ~ He incluido una foto () Sí () No utilizar el que está en el archivo He incluido una donación de $ _________ para 2014 Thank-you ... si ya ha enviado su donación 2014
    • Please help with this legislation, to either sponsor or co-sponsor this urgently needed bill. The Darren Russell Bill aims to make laws ensuring better protection and assistance for Americans abroad. This legislation is urgently needed. Please write to Congressman Ed Royce (Chair of House Foreign Affairs Committee) and Senator Robert Menendez (Senate Foreign Relations Committee) asking them to either sponsor or co-sponsor this bill. Congressman Ed Royce Senator Robert Menendez 2185 Rayburn House Office Building 528 Senate Hart Office Building Washington, DC 20515 Washington, DC 20510 Phone: (202) 225-4111 Phone: (202) 224-4744 Senate Foreign Relations Committee Thanks, Maxine B. Russell - Mother of Darren - russellbliss21@aol.com On the web: www.russellcase.net (UPDATED) On Twitter: @killed_in_china In U.S. Federal Court: Case No. CV-09-06050