Tucson shooting victims

Published 6:29 PM ET, Wed March 27, 2013
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Witnesses told CNN that Stoddard, a retired construction worker, tried to shield his wife, Mavy, during the incident. They said he was shot in the head and fell onto his wife. She was shot three times in her legs but is expected to make a full recovery. Courtesy Rev. Mike Nowak
The youngest victim of the Tucson shooting, Christina attended the event hosted by U.S. Rep. Gabby Giffords because she had recently been elected to the student council at Mesa Verde Elementary School. She was born on September 11, 2001. Inter-State Studio
Dorothy Morris, or "Dot" as friends called her, was in line with her husband to meet Giffords when Jared Loughner opened fire, according to CNN affiliate KGUN. Morris and her husband had been married for 55 years. Family Photo
A native of Pennsylvania, Roll was a federal judge for the U.S. District Court for the District of Arizona and had served the legal system for nearly 40 years. He began his career as a bailiff in Pima County Superior Court and rose to be chief judge for the District of Arizona, a position he had held since 2006. Courtesy Congresswoman Giffords' Office
Phyllis Schneck was a 79-year-old grandmother who had retired to Arizona from New Jersey. She was known for her volunteer work and for her fabulous holiday dinners.
Zimmerman, a Tucson native, served as director for community outreach on Giffords' staff. He was engaged to be married. Courtesy Congresswoman Giffords' Office