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Families & Friends of Murder Victims April 2013 newsletter

  1. 1. FAMILIES & FRIENDS OF MURDER VICTIMS, Inc. (FFMV) Newsletter APRIL 2013 Need Someone to Talk To? * Bertha Flores - Parent - Spanish speaking Thank-you: *Carol Anderson – Website (909) 200-5499 (after 3pm) *Kaiser – Oakland *Rose Madsen – Parent (909) 798-4803 (after *Avaxat Elementary School- Murrieta 4pm) *St. Anthony’s Catholic Church-Upland *Maxine Russell – (818) 378-2072 *Christ The Redeemer Catholic Church Grand Terrace Parent/Grief Counselor Portola Community Center- Palm Desert *Dawn Hall - Parent(951) 757-4419 *San Bernardino County District Attorney’s Office of *Mary Stewart -Parent (951 698-5317) Victim Services/Victim Advocates Emergency Consult for Suicidal or Homicidal *Riverside County District Attorney’s Office of Victim Services/Victim Advocates Participants * Dola Wiedemann – Memory Cards *Linda Atencio -Parent – 760-490-7864 *Family of Kris Flores * Ellie Rossi - Parent - 909-810-8133 *Janet Garcia & Barbara Christian * Delores Maloy- Parent – High Desert facebook administrators * Ellie Rossi Contact – 760-530-7027* San Bernardino County District Attorney’s Office for sponsoring newsletter for 2013* Families & Friends of Murder Victims: A non-profit organization Dedicated to providing information, support, and friendship to persons who have experienced theCalVCP death of a loved one through the violent act ofHelp us get the word out! murderEffective Jan. 1, our application filing period will Share Sorrow…..increase from one year to three years after the Share Strengthdate of the crime. More CA crime victims will be Mission: To restore a sense of hope and toeligible for much needed assistance. provide a pathway to well-being to those who have lost a loved one to murder and to those whoVictims who are struggling with finances are victims of attempted murder.because of a violent crime now have more timeto file an application with CalVCP. Call our Love Giftshelpline at 1-800-777-9229 to find a victim Love gifts are a specific tax deductible donation made to the memory of a loved one’s birthday, anniversaryadvocate in your area or to learn more about of a death, holiday, or just because which are postedvictim compensation at in newsletter. They are also made by caringhttp://www.vcgcb.ca.gov/victims/ 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 FFMV New Satellite Chapter and operating expenses. When making out a check,The executive Board of Families & please make payable to FFMV and note Love Gift on check or envelope. Friends of Murder Victims, INC. Love Gifts can be mailed to FFMV- P.O. Box 11222 San Bernardino, Ca. - proudly welcomes 92423-1222 FFMV SGV - San Gabriel Valley Chapter to our organization. Join Families & Friends of Murder Victims on Luz – Mother of Bobby, Tracy – Mother of Eileen and Thank-you Luisa - Mother of Anthony Janet Garcia Mother of Jesse Garcia – 6/10/78 – 6/27/94 Barbara Christian Mother of Terri Lynn Winchell– 4/10/63 – 1/8/81
  2. 2. FFMV - Riverside Chapter FFMV rd Meets on the 3 Wednesday of every West End Chapter -Bi-lingual month at 7pm Avaxat Elementary School, 24300 La Meets every 2 nd Thursday of every month at Brisas Road in Murrieta, CA 7:00pm-8:30pm Contact Dawn (951) 757-4419 St. Anthony’s Catholic Church For directions ask for PJ at- Conference Room 951-696-1600 x2177 – 2210 North San Antonio Upland, CA 91786 M-F 9am-4pm (1-2pm lunch) Participants have the option of the English & Spanish Meeting Next meeting is April 17, 2013 Local Grupo Bilingue Los participantes pueden escoger en Inglés FFMV - Colton Chapter o en Español Se reunen cada Segundo Jueves del mes a las 7:00 p.m. 1st Tuesday of every month Contact persons/ Personas de contacto: Christ The Redeemer Catholic Church Rita Marin (909) 215-7063 Robinson Hall – Room 6 rittaatffmv@aol.com 12745 Oriole Ave Grand Terrace, CA 92313 Next meeting is April 11, 2013 Time: 6:00pm - 8:00pm Contact person for directions or information Rose – 909-754-6969 mail4ffmv@yahoo.com FFMV – SGV Chapter Next meeting is April 2, 2013 Meetings are currently held on the 2nd Tuesday of each month in a classroom at theFFMV -Coachella Valley Chapter First United Methodist Church of La Puente, 3rd Wednesday of each month located at. 15701 Hill Street, La Puente, CA 6:00pm – 8:00pm 91744. Contact information:Portola Community Center Room 2 * Luz Ruiz (626) 388-6403*Tracy Ponce (626) 45-480 Portola Ave 533-3121 *Luisa Ashley (818) 445-2077 (parking on Shadow Mountain) Palm Desert, CA 92260 760-568-2560- Call for directions Next Meeting April 9, 2013 Rose – 909-754-6969 mail4ffmv@yahoo.com Candy- 619-200-0547 Grief Support Group Candyclb@aol.com ALL are welcome at our monthly meetings. Whether you are a parishioner or not. If you Next meeting is April 17, 2013 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 Oakland Chapter can help each other heal. Meetings are held every 2nd Wednesday of the 1st Tuesday of every month month 7 to 9 P.M. ~ Room 8 Kaiser in Oakland, Howe St. at St. Anthony’s Church 1640 Western Ave. San Broadway, Bernardino (909)887-3810 12th floor Room 1200 East Contacts: Hope Morfin (909)820-6163 Ralph Contact: Robin – 510-653-8069 & Arlene Payan (909)887-4387 (FFMV Next meeting is March 5, 2013 Participants) Danny & Rose Equihua (909) 887-3744
  3. 3. Resources and Additional Support Services FFMV Fundraisers San Bernardino County District Attorney’s Office Office Depot - Staples – Office Max of Victim Witness Centers: San Bernardino If you shop at Office Depot or Staples please use FFMV’s Rewards Number for Office Depot (909) 387-6540 which is 1139461170 Office Max – 650756207, Rancho Cucamonga: (909) 945-4241* Staples- or use just give them 909-798-4803 Victorville/Desert area: (760) 552-6994* for all three. We get reward points that help Riverside County District Attorney’s Office of defray the cost of printing, ink cartridges and Victim Witness Centers: office supplies. Riverside: (951) 955-5450Murrieta: (951) 304-5680 * Banning: (951) 922-7130 * Indio: (760) 863-8408 PLEASE….Don‘t throw away your old ink cartridges! Continue to bring them to us, or *Los Angeles County District Attorneys Victim take them to Office Max, Staples or Office Witness Assistance Program offices: Depot and give them 909-798-4803 Pomona: 909) 620-3381 It’s an easy way to help *Life.After.Uncivil.Ruthless.Acts. FFMV purchase office supplies. 323-816-9651 www.laurala.org* WINGS OF JUSTICE – Websitewww.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 – 916-928- 4797 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 Homicide Survivors Inc. * POMC-SGV Chapter – Tina-626-298-9054 - tinayyama@att.net Losing a loved one to murder causes overwhelming * Citizens Against Homicide - (415) 455-5944 emotional reactions for survivors. Often after learning * Justice for Murdered Children - (310) 547-1367 of the murder of a loved one, survivors experience a * Memory of Victims Everywhere - (949) 248-5470 feeling of shock, numbness and disbelief that their loved one is gone. To be confronted by the sudden MOVE@cox.net violent death of a loved one is so horrible, devastating * Resource for the Grieving and and absolute that many individuals are unable to Bereavedwww.griefcompanion.com comprehend the overwhelming news. Your world has * Crime Survivors – 949-872-7895 been turned upside down. Nothing in life prepares www.crimesurvivors.com Bi-monthly meetings survivors for the reality that someone they love has held in Orange County died a violent death. The grief and anguish may seem unbearable. Nothing in ones coping mechanisms * Adela Lavine~Medium: www.adelalavine.com prepares survivors for this kind of trauma. * MADD – (909) 888-6233 www.maddsanbernardino.org The grief that follows the murder of a loved one *JUSTICE FOR HOMICIDE VICTIMS - (310) 457- cannot be measured in stages or by how others react. 0030 -jhvinfo@justiceforhomicidevictims.com For some people the reactions of shock, disbelief and* Striving Towards Eradicating Violence In Ennercities intense emotions may come and go for a long period -S.T.E.V.I.E. stevieisunityandpeace@yahoo.com of time. Because the experience of grief is so different oneunikadvocate2@aol.com for each person, family members need to reach out to * www.psychic4themissing.com each other and seek outside help when they need it. * (L.A.U.R.A.) - Life After Uncivil Ruthless Acts www.azhomicidesurvivors.org Adela - 323-816-9651
  4. 4. APRIL BIRTHDAYS Adelaja Nogoma Russ Arthur“Tudy Boy” Ruiz Ashley Nicole Rivas Brandon Michael Selph Briseida CamposBrittany Lynn Rethorn Riggs Chris Stirrat Elsie Redmond Gregg W. Gibson, II Guillermo Carbajal Jermaine Darnell Esters Marques Lemar Johnson Mary Estes Noah Ferrer Nyla Torres Phillip “Ben” Ackley Roberto“Bobby” Ruiz Jr. Rosa G. Torres Sommer Clugston Terri Lynn Winchell Terry L. Stutson Trevor Johnson
  5. 5. 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 Ronald DA Silva Scott Campbell Shauna Ann Maynard Shawn G. Olave Richard BohannanWe Will Always Remember You
  6. 6. LOVE GIFTS In Loving Memory of In Loving Memory In Loving Memory of Mario Quiroz Terry Stutson Darren Russell 5/14/68 – 1/25/06 4/4/58 – 11/84 9/22/69 – 4/14/05 Bobby Stutson 6/21/51 – 8/10/79 Kyle Stutson 2/8/81 – 2/14/6In 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_______________
  7. 7. Submitted by Jane Boufford – Justice for Murdered d VictimsI wanted to let you know, we have entered into a new partnership with a L.A. publication, Cuffed and Wanted.They are publishing stories about unsolved cases in the Los Angeles area. Eventually, they hope to expand tooutlying areas. If you have members with unsolved L.A. crimes, they need to get us a release form (available onour website) and a good picture. A brief story about the case; detectives to contact, rewards, etc. Publicationscome out the 1st and the 15th of the month. We need information by about the 10 days prior to publication. Theyare located in Signal Hill and I can easily run information over to them to make sure that it is the right pixel forthere paper. BJBOUFFARD@aol.com CAMP GOOD GRIEF (SVP)Camp Good Grief-Special Victims Program (SVP) is a joint effort between the San Bernardino County District AttorneysOffice Bureau of Victim Services and Loma Linda University Medical Center Childrens Hospital. The 3-day grief camp isgeared 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 BernardinoMountains 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 helpthem learn and understand how to cope with the grief over the violent death of their loved one. This camp has been sosuccessful that it has been expanded to include Camp Good Grief - Special Victims Program Teen Retreat. It will be heldannually and provides grief services for teens ages 14-18 who previously participated in Camp Good Grief - SVP and whoselives have been positively impacted by camp. It will be a combination of learning advanced grief management skills as wellas 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 internsfrom Loma Linda Marriage and Family Therapy Clinic, Loma Linda Child Life Specialists and District Attorneys Office VictimAdvocates donate their time to the camp.The Bureau of Victim Services and Loma Linda University Childrens 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 COLD CASES FYII attended JHV Memorial in April, guest Speaker Frank Girardot, editor of the Pasadena Star News and senior editor of theSan Gabriel Valley Tribune Group announced that he would to publish pictures and information regarding unsolved homicidecases on the newspaper website. Many families that I know personally have UNSOLVED cases which have turned to COLDcases…Everyone deserves JUSTICEIf your loved one was murdered in the greater Southern California area and the case is unsolved, Frank will get it publishedin the newspaper.You can check out the Cold Case Project by going to www.PasadenaStarNews.com/coldcases. The paper also has the projectlisted on Facebook …This is a response Frank gave me when I e-mailed him about this project:Hi Rose, If I get a photo from a loved one I will post it on our website as soon as I can. Anyone who is interested can contact me and Ipromise to get them set up.Sincerely,Frank Girardot911 E. Colorado Blvd, Pasadena, CA 91106, 626-578-6300 ext.4478 frank.girardot@sgvn.comHere is some basic information Frank needs when you send him a picture of your loved one: Your full name, address,phone(s), e-mail address, Victims Full Name and age at time of murder, Victims DOB-DOD, your relationship to victim, citywhere murder took place, any suspects arrested?, Detective’s name & phone, & short bio on how your loved one wasmurdered I encourage you to submit your story if you still have an unsolved case!
  8. 8. 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 21-27-2013 is quickly approaching; I have listed numerous events from Orange County, Los Angeles County, Riverside County, and San Bernardino CountyThoughtfullyRose FFMVD!!!VICTIMFFMV 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 ofcharge by volunteers. Contributions and/or questions regarding the policies of FFMV may be addressed to: FFMVExecutive Board at P.O. Box 11222 San Bernardino, Ca. 92423-1222, e-mailed to mail4fffmv@yahoo.com orphoned to 909-798-4803.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, OurAnnual Family Christmas Memorial Luncheon, and Our Annual Victims’ Rights Week Memorial. We areseeking a sponsor (s) for our events. Please contact FFMV at the above e-mail or phone if you areinterested. Tax ID #68-0299211 All Contributions Are Tax Deductible
  9. 9. Families & Friends of Murder Victims (FFMV) 14th Annual Candlelight Remembrance SAVE THE DATE Join Us in Honoring Victims of Crime Thursday, April 25, 2013 at 6:00pm Rancho Cucamonga Civic Center Courtyard 10500 Civic Center Drive Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730 Bring Your Loved One’s Picture and Shoes to DisplayWe 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.If you would like your Loved Ones picture included in our slide show please e-mail a picture(s) to mail4ffmv@yahoo.com or mail to POB 11222 San Bernardino, CA 92423-1222 (Please include DOB, DOD and full name of victim, & attached photo release form) Community resource agencies, please reserve your table by April 15, 2013 Questions call: Rose 909-754-6969 or 909-798-4803 – Rita 909-215-7063 Dove release will be promptly at 6:00pm Dove Ceremony provided by The White Wing Ceremony Co, Highland, CAFFMV participants…don’t forget to bring 1 dozen cookies or 1 case of water for refreshments (We will be moved indoors if it rains)
  10. 10. 2013 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 VictimPlease PrintDate________________ 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 toreceive monthly newsletter and event informationI grant to Families & Friends of Murder Victims, Inc. (FFMV), the right to usephotograph(s) of the above-identified subject. I authorize FFMV to use andpublish the same in print and/or electronically.I agree that FFMV may use such photographs with or without his/her name and forany 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 $_________ donation for 2013 Thank-you… if you have already sent your 2013 donation
  11. 11. FAMILIAS Y AMIGOS DE VICTIMAS DE HOMICIDIO (FFMV) Anual 14 a Luz de las Velas GUARDE LA FECHA Únete a Nosotros en Honor a Las Víctimas de Delitos Jueves, 25 de Abril de 2013 - 6:00 - 8:00pm de la tarde Centro Civico de Rancho Cucamonga 10500 Civic Center Drive, Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730 Organizado por: FAMILIAS Y AMIGOS DE VICTIMAS DE HOMICIDIO, INC. (FFMV) Trae imágenes de sus seres queridos y zapatos para mostrar Vamos a tener una "Clothesline" Cortesía de visualización de la Oficina de San Bernardino Fiscal del Distrito / Servicios para Víctimas Si usted tiene una camiseta ya hizo que le gustaría que se vea por favor traiga el día del evento. Si desea que su imagen Loved Ones incluido en nuestra presentación de diapositivas por favor correo electrónico una foto (s) para mail4ffmv@yahoo.com o por correo a POB 11222 San Bernardino, CA 92423-1222(Por favor incluya fecha de nacimiento, el Departamento de Defensa y el nombre completo de la víctima, y forma foto release) Agencias comunitarias de recursos, por favor reserve su mesa por 10 de abril 2013 Las preguntas llame al: 909-754-6969 o 909-798-4803 Rose - Rita 909-215-7063 Dove liberación será a las 6:00 pm Dove Ceremonia proporcionada por The Co Wing Ceremonia Blanca, Highland, CA Participantes FFMV no te olvides de traer una docena de galletas o una caja de agua para tomar un refresco (Vamos a ser movido dentro si llueve)
  12. 12. FORMA DE PERMISO 2013 Participante / Formulario de Autorización para la presentación de diapositivas de fotos y fotos juntasFecha: _____________ 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 pararecibir el boletín mensual, información de eventosConcedo a las FAMILIAS Y AMIGOS DE VICTIMAS DE HOMICIDIO, INC. (FFMV)el derecho a usar la fotografía (s) del sujeto identificado anteriormente. Autorizo FFMV autilizar 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 ypara cualquier propósito legal, incluyendo, por ejemplo, con fines tales como la publicidad, lailustración, 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 2013 Thank-you ... si ya ha enviado su donación 2013
  13. 13.  Justice for Homicide Victims Memorial Foundation Service – JHV 29TH ANNUAL VICTIMS MEMORIAL  Sunday, April 21, 2013 @ 11 a.m. to 1:00pm Rose Hills Memorial Park, Just inside Gate 19 off Workman Mill Road Bring your loved one pictures  Orange County District Attorney’s 3rd Annual VICTIMS’ RIGHTS MARCH & RALLY Led by District Attorney Tony Rackauckas Friday April 26, 2013 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  Canglelight Vigil – FFMV will be partnering April 23, 2013 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  ANNUAL VICTIMS MARCH ON THE CAPITOL!! TUESDAY, APRIL 23, 2013!! West Steps of the State Capitol Booths open at10:00am Ceremony begins at 11:45am* Greater Orange County Chapter POMC Monument and Vigil – Sunday April 28, 2013 6pm Annual Candlelight Vigil & Names Dedication Ceremony Each year during Victims 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…for more information:714-999-7132 Memory Garden Memorial Park and Mortuary 455 W. Central Avenue Brea, CA 92821 714-529-3961
  14. 14.  PRAYER VIGILS / VIGILIA DE ORACION 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. LA VIOLENCIA NOS AFECTA A TODOS! Invitamos a todos a venir y orar con nosotros!Acordémonos de manera especial de los que han muerto por la violenciaen nuestras familias, comunidades y en toda la nación,y también de aquellos que sufren su pérdida. Favor de traer una foto / recuerdo si hay alguien a quien le gustaría recordar.  Wednesday MIERCOLES - April 24, 2013 – Redlands  The Holy Name of Jesus Catholic Church 115 W. Olive Avenue, Redlands 7:00 pm Prayer Service Weather permitting, refreshments will follow in Courtyard Celebrant: Bishop Gerald Barnes Iglesia Católica Sagrado Nombre de Jesús 115 W. Olive Avenue, Redlands 7:00 pm Servicio de Oración El clima permitiendo, refrescos seguirá en el patio Celebrante: Obispo Gerald R. Barnes  Wednesday/MIERCOLES April 24, 2013 – Moreno Valley St. Christopher Catholic Church 25075 Cottonwood Avenue, Moreno Valley 6:30 pm Mass (Bilingual) Celebrant: Bishop Rutilio del Riego Iglesia Católica de San Cristóbal 25075 Cottonwood Avenue, Moreno Valley 6:30 pm Misa (Bilingüe) Celebrante: Obispo Rutilio del Riego For more information, contact Sister Sue Reif, OSF, Director of Restorative Justice, Diocese of San Bernardino: sreif@sbdiocese.org or 909-380-3800Para más información, comuníquese con Hermana Sue Reif, OSF, Directora de Justicia Restitutiva de la Diócesis de San Bernardino: sreif@sbdiocese.org o 909-380-3800
  15. 15.  PRAYER VIGILS (cont)  Wednesday/ MIERCOLES - April 24, 2013 - Victorville St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church 15512 Sixth St., Victorville 7:00 pm Prayer Service IGLESIA DE STA. JUANA DE ARCO 15512 Sixth St., Victorville 7:00PM VIGILIA DE ORACION Para más información, contactar a la hermana Rosario Coronado al (760) 956-2455 o al Steve Gomez en la Oficina de Justicia Restaurativa, Diocese de San Bernardino: 909-475-5479 / sgomez@sbdiocese.orgFor more information, contact Steve Gomez at the Office of Restorative Justice, Diocese of San Bernardino: 909-475-5479 or sgomez@sbdiocese.org / Or for information in Spanish contact Sister Rosario Coronado: 760 956-2455 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 23rd Palm Desert Civic Park (Amphitheatre) 43-900 San Pablo Ave., Palm Desert, CA 92260 760.863.8408 WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24th Harveston Lake Park 40135 Village Road Dr., Temecula, CA 92591 951.304.5680 THURSDAY, APRIL 25th 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 A commemorative photo display will be at each event If you would like a photo of your loved one displayed at the event, please submit the photo via email to: DAEvents@rivcoda.org Please include the name of loved one, date of birth and the vigil you will be attending For additional information please call: 951.955. 9888
  16. 16. Please help with this legislation, to either sponsor or co-sponsor this urgently needed bill. The Darren Russell Bill aims tomake laws ensuring better protection and assistance for Americans abroad. This legislation is urgently needed. Please write toCongressman Ed Royce (Chair of House Foreign Affairs Committee) and Senator Robert Menendez (Senate ForeignRelations Committee) asking them to either sponsor or co-sponsor this bill.Congressman Ed Royce Senator Robert Menendez2185 Rayburn House Office Building 528 Senate Hart Office BuildingWashington, DC 20515 Washington, DC 20510Phone: (202) 225-4111 Phone: (202) 224-4744Senate Foreign Relations CommitteeThanks, Maxine B. Russell - Mother of Darren - russellbliss21@aol.comOn the web: www.russellcase.net (UPDATED)On Twitter: @killed_in_chinaIn U.S. Federal Court: Case No. CV-09-06050