Paris terror attacks: In memoriam of the victims

A concert. A game. A dinner. For 130 people in Paris, a typical Friday night ended in tragedy on November 13. Here are some of the names of the victims. Click or tap a name to learn more.

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Nick Alexander
Alexander was working a merchandise table for Eagles of Death Metal, the California group playing at the Bataclan concert hall when the venue was attacked. "Nick was not just our brother, son and uncle, he was everyone's best friend -- generous, funny and fiercely loyal," his family said in a statement, obtained by The Guardian.
Nick was not just our brother, son and uncle, he was everyone's best friend -- generous, funny and fiercely loyal.
Nick Alexander's family
Thomas Ayad
Ayad, an international product manager for Universal's Mercury Records, was part of the crew attending the Eagles of Death Metal concert at the Bataclan, the company's CEO said. He worked closely with Justin Bieber, who has paid tribute to Ayad several times during his performances. In a staff email published by Billboard, Lucian Grainge, CEO of Universal Music Group, wrote, "I cannot even begin to express the depth of my sorrow ... Let us support one another as we grapple with the weight of this darkness."
Today is a dark day. We are a family. Let's support one another as we grapple with the weight of this darkness.
Lucian Grainge, CEO of Universal Music, Ayad's employer
Nohemi Gonzalez
Gonzalez, who was spending a semester at a design college in Paris, was outside one of the restaurants with friends when it was attacked. A friend was shot in the arm. Gonzalez died en route to the hospital. Her mother said she last chatted with Gonzalez via Facebook two days before. "She was very secure and strong through all the issues that we went through in our life," Beatriz Gonzalez told CNN en Español. "She always focused on her school and (reaching) her goals." Gonzalez and three fellow students at California State University, Long Beach, finished second this year in a global contest to find solutions to food sustainability issues. Her team designed the Polli Snak, a biodegradable snack pack containing soil and seeds to be cultivated after the snack is eaten.
She was very secure and strong through all the issues that we went through in our life.
Beatriz Gonzalez, the victim's mother
Juan Alberto González Garrido
El Mundo newspaper reported Gonzalez, an engineer from the Spanish city of Granada, had been living in Paris for two years. He and his wife, also an engineer, got married last summer. Both were inside the Bataclan concert hall. His wife escaped, the paper reported. Gonzalez was an expert in nuclear energy, El Mundo reported, and worked for the French electricity company EDF.
Spain is with you at this difficult time.
Spain's Vice President Soraya Sáenz de Santamaría
Kheireddine Sahbi
Sahbi was a trained violinist who studied at Paris-Sorbonne University, the university president said. The Algerian was called a "great master of music" in a Facebook post from an Algerian music group, which said he will be greatly missed by friends and colleagues. He was shot as he was returning home in the 10th arrondissement.
Luis Felipe Zschoche Valle
Zschoche, who had lived in Paris for the last eight years, was married and a musician in the Paris-based rock band Captain Americano, which led him to the Bataclan concert hall, the Chilean Foreign Ministry said. A picture posted on the band's Facebook page showed him on stage in a captain's uniform, playing guitar and singing. The page was filled with tributes. "Definitely unique and irreplaceable," wrote one.
Captain Luis, you've left behind an immense void.
a Facebook tribute from Sylvana Viola
Chloe Boissinot
Boissinot was killed at the Cambodian restaurant that was attacked, her mother wrote on Facebook. "My love," a message read. "My honey, my baby...Take you in my arms and hold you one last time." Chloe's sister Jenny learned of her death while backpacking in New Zealand, according to the New Zealand Herald, which interviewed Jenny's boyfriend. Speaking of his girlfriend and how she was handling news of her sister's killing, he told the Herald, "She's not good at all. Really not good at all."
What did my daughter do to you? She who never wanted to harm anyone?
Boissinot's mother
Quentin Boulenger
Boulenger was a graduate of Audencia management school based in Nantes, France, the school said via Twitter. He was killed at the Bataclan concert hall.
Elodie Breuil
Breuil was at the Bataclan concert with friends, her brother told Time. Breuil, a design student at Ecole de Conde, marched with her mother in the rally that followed the Charlie Hebdo attack in January, her brother, Alexis Breuil, said.
Manuel Colaço Dias
Colaco Dias was killed outside the Stade de France, according to the Portuguese state news agency Lusa. Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho wrote his family, offering his condolences. Lisbon-based Soccer Club – Sporting Clube de Portugal – posted a tweet in his honor, noting that he was a big fan of the club.
Portugal shares “the sorrow and the grief that the moment demands, in a solidarity based on the most elementary values of human dignity."
Portuguese Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho
Aurelie De Peretti
De Peretti liked music and culture, her sister told The New York Times. Her passion for drawing dated back to childhood. On losing his daughter, De Peretti's father told CNN affiliate BFMTV, "It hurts. It hurts a lot."
I don’t feel any particular hatred either. I’m resigned. I’m resigned because since the announcement of this tragic news… Losing her…at the age of 33, it hurts. It hurts a lot.
Jean-Marie de Peretti, father of victim
Guillaume Decherf
Decherf was killed at the Bataclan concert hall, according to his employer, French cultural magazine Les Inrockuptibles. The magazine honored Decherf by tweeting his photo and a link to a music review that he wrote in October about the Eagles of Death Metal, which was playing at the Bataclan when the attacks happened.
The notion of 'guilty pleasure' was foreign to him because for him there was no guilt in any musical pleasure.
Christophe Conte, a colleague
Elsa Delplace San Martin
Delplace was killed at the Bataclan along with her mother, Patricia San Martin Nunez. Delplace worked at management consultancy group Manegere, which praised "her love of life, her love for others, that permanent smile she wore on her face." Delplace had at least one child, a son whom she brought to work in October to show him around. "Manegere did not only lose a colleague in the Bataclan on this fateful Friday night," the company said, "but each employee, associate, and partner of the firm has lost a sister, a daughter, a long-time friend, an exceptional colleague."
Asta Diakite
Diakite was the cousin of professional soccer player Lassana Diarra, who confirmed her death. In a Facebook post, Diarra -- who plays for Olympique de Marseille and French international -- described Diakite as "a guide, a support, a big sister." She was killed in a restaurant area.
In this climate of terror, it is important for all of us who are representatives of our country and its diversity, to speak and to remain united against a horror that has no color, no religion.
Lassana Diarra, Diakite's cousin
Fabrice Dubois
Dubois died at the Bataclan, family and friends confirmed on social media. Fabrice was married with children and worked for Publicis Groupe, the company's board said. A fundraising site has been set up to raise money for his children.
He was a great gentleman in all ways.
Dubois' employer
Thomas Duperron
Duperron died at the Bataclan, his family confirmed on social media. His parents thanked everyone who tried to help find him immediately after the attack. Duperron's last Facebook post says he was feeling hyper at the venue.
Despite our sadness we're going to keep sharing our musical discoveries and encouraging you to experience amazing concerts and to dance rock and roll with a pint in your hand. It's what Thomas would have wanted.
Julie L., a friend of Duperron
Salah Emad al-Gebali
Al-Gebali was killed, the Egyptian Consul in Paris confirmed to CNN. The consul said the location where he was killed is unknown, but it is likely the Bataclan concert hall.
Germain Ferey
A native of Vienne-en-Bessin, Ferey lived in Paris and worked as an audiovisual illustrator, according to Ouest France. A colleague described Ferey in a Facebook post as “humble, full of humor, generous, strong, and efficient. We’re all in pain because of these events and we don’t wish to say anything further. We just hope this response allows you to remember him.” Ferey died at the Bataclan.
I try with all my strength to hear the words (and obviously the jokes) that you could have said to soothe me.
Ferey's sister, Domitille Ferey
Suzon Garrigues
Garrigues died at the Bataclan. She studied literature at Paris-Sorbonne, the university president said in a statement.
She'll be remembered as the "most generous, altruistic and funniest of friends" and also as "an unconditional and loyal admirer of Zola."
Barthélémy Jobert, Président de Paris-Sorbonne
Mathieu Hoche
A technician for the TV news service France 24, Hoche was a father and lover of rock music. He was killed at the Bataclan.
As I cover events in Paris, my thoughts keep turning back to the loss of my quiet, charming colleague #MathieuHoche
Emma James @jmojames, British journalist and friend of victim
Amine Ibnolmobarak
Ibnolmobarak was an architect and teacher at  l'ENSA Pairs-Malaquais, the Union Nationale des Etudiants en Architecture et Paysage said on its Facebook page. His wife, whom he had recently wed, was shot three times and listed in critical condition, a cousin posted to Facebook. Her current status was not clear. A friend described Ibnolmobarak as a "Muslim intellectual" and a teacher who found a "place in our school and in the exercise of his profession," in a Facebook post. He was killed at a café.
A young Muslim intellectual, who blew us away with the amazing graduate study he conducted on the pilgrimage to Mecca: a testimony of his faith … (and) his intelligence and accomplishment.
M. Jean Attali, former professor
Pierre Innocenti
French politician Arash Derambarsh told CNN that Innocenti -- a close friend of his -- was at the Bataclan to watch Eagles of Death Metal. Innocenti was with his cousin Stephane Albertini when both were killed, friends and family have said on social media. The two men, along with Innocenti’s younger brother, Charles, were co-managers of a popular Italian restaurant in the Paris suburb of Neuilly-sur-Seine that has been owned by members of their extended family for three generations, according to The New York Times.
I was always afraid that something would happen to him.
Alfio Innocenti, father
Nathalie Jardin
Jardin was killed at the Bataclan, where she worked as a lighting technician. Musicians and industry colleagues shared their memories on social media.
Another good person, doing what she loved, taken away from this world for no reason. My heart is broken.
Jardin's friend Cosmo Wilson
Précilia Jessy Correia
Correia had dual nationality in France and Portugal, according to the Portuguese Ministry of Foreign Affairs. She was one of the victims at the Bataclan concert hall.
Marion Jouanneau
Jouanneau died after being shot at the Bataclan, her cousin Anatole Vaillant posted on social media.
I never imagined living without her.
Jouanneau's boyfriend
Gilles Leclerc
Leclerc was with his girlfriend, Marianne, at the Bataclan when he was killed, his aunt Dany Leclerc said on Facebook. Gilles' last post on Instagram showed the couple waiting for Eagles of Death Metal to take the stage. His girlfriend reportedly survived.
Marion Lieffrig-Petard
Lieffrig-Petard died at a restaurant with her sister, Anna. She studied music at Paris-Sorbonne University and recently returned to Paris after spending a year studying in Barcelona, according to school President Barthélémy Jobert.
Cedric Mauduit
Mauduit was a member of a local council in the French region of Calvados, Normandy. A statement from the council chairman called Mauduit "one of our best employees," adding, "our sadness is immense."
Our sadness for everyone is immense, and on this day we lost one of our best collaborators. Everyone who had the chance to work with Cédric Mauduit was able to appreciate his skill as well as his human qualities.
Jean-Léonce Dupont, chairman of Calvados
Yannick Minvielle
Minvielle died in the Paris attacks, the company and school he worked for posted on social media. Minvielle was the creative director and taught at Sup de Pub school in Bordeaux. He was killed at the Bataclan.
Lamia Mondegeur
A dual Egyptian-French national, Mondegeur died during the attack at a restaurant on Rue de Charonne in the 11th district, a source close to her family told independent publication Enterprise. Mondeguer studied cinema and worked as a communications manager at Studio Noma talent agency. She was with her boyfriend, Romain Didier, who also died.
We will not change our habits, nor give in to panic. We'd be playing our enemy's game. We will continue to have drinks on patios and listen to music, we will continue to go to concerts...
statement by École supérieure d'études cinématographiques
Marie Mosser
Mosser was one of three known Universal Music Group/Mercury employees who died in the Paris attacks. "Marie loved music," said a Facebook post by an industry colleague. She was "torn from life in a procession of violence." Mosser died at the Bataclan.
Marie loved music ... It is in listening that she has left us, torn from life in a procession of violence.
Facebook post by BBDO Paris
Anna Pétard-Lieffrig
Anna Pétard-Lieffrig was a former student at Sup de Pub, school of communication. The school held a moment of silence for Pétard-Lieffrig, as well as Marie Mosser and professor Yannick Minvielle, all killed in the attacks. She was with her sister, Marion, who also died at a restaurant.
Caroline Prénat
Prénat died at the Bataclan, the Conde School of Nice confirmed. She was a former student at Mastère SCI de l'Ecole de Condé Paris.
The Pathé Beaugrenelle staff has lost their little angel. All of our thoughts and our support to the family and friends of our Caroline.
A Facebook message from Jeff Mfx
Valentin Ribet
Ribet was a Parisian lawyer and a graduate of the London School of Economics and Political Science. His death at the Bataclan was confirmed by the Paris Bar and the LSE on social media.
Our hearts are filled with sadness at this news.
Facebook message from The London School of Economics
Halima Saadi
Saadi was killed along with her younger sister, Houda, the Tunisian Ministry of Foreign Affairs confirmed. They died at a café on Rue de Charonne.
Houda Saadi
Saadi, 35, was killed along with her older sister Halima, the Tunisian Ministry of Foreign Affairs confirmed. They died at a café on Rue de Charonne.
Lola Salines
Salines worked at La Boucherie de Paris, a roller derby team, according to her Facebook account. "We have just had confirmation of the death of Lola," her father wrote on his Facebook page. "We are beyond sadness."
We are beyond sadness.
Lola's father, Georges Salines' Facebook post
Patricia San Martin
San Martin, who died at the Bataclan, worked for the mayor of Sevran, a Paris suburb. She was the niece of the Chilean ambassador to Mexico, Ricardo Nunez. San Martin was with her 35-year-old daughter, Elsa Veronique Delplace, who also died.
Valeria Solesin
Solesin, a native of Venice studying in Paris, was among the victims at the Bataclan music hall, the Italian Foreign Ministry confirmed. According to Italian media reports, Solesin lost contact with her friends during the attack.
Eric Thome
Thome was killed at the Bataclan, his work partner Laurent Duvoux and other friends said on social media. Thome was an art director and photographer at the graphic design company, We Are Ted.
The whole team shares the grief of Lawrence, his partner and his family
Company's Facebook post
Ariane Theiller
Theiller, an intern for French publisher Urban Comics, graduated with a degree in literature in 2009 from l'université de Strasbourg, she wrote on the school's blog. Her employer confirmed her death in the Paris attacks. She was killed at the Bataclan.
We are all in shock. Tonight #Ariane, we give you homage. Our most loving thoughts are with her family and relatives. #ParisAttacks
French publisher Urban Comics
Guillaume Le Dramp
Le Dramp worked as a waiter, but hoped to one day become an elementary school teacher, according to The New York Times. Le Dramp was attending a friend’s birthday party on a terrace at La Belle Équipe bistro where he was killed, the paper reported. Friend Patrick Tomas confirmed Le Dramp's death to CNN.
Our friend, our neighbor is a victim of these bastards ... We do not forget and our thoughts are with his family and for the other victims of this barbarity. Guillaume, rest in peace! We love you very much!
Patrick Tomas, friend of Guillaume Le Dramp
Hélène Muyal
Married and a mother to a young son, Muyal was killed in the Paris attacks, her family confirmed on social media. News reports indicate she was at the Bataclan.
"You will not have my hatred." Friday night you took away the life of an exceptional human being, the love of my life, the mother of my son, but you will not have my hatred. I do not know who you are, and I do not wish to. You are dead souls. If this God for whom you kill so blindly has made us in His image, every bullet in the body of my wife will have been a wound in His heart. So I will not give you the privilege of hating you. You certainly sought it, but replying to hatred with anger would be giving in to the same ignorance which made you into what you are. You want me to be frightened, that I should look into the eyes of my fellow citizens with distrust, that I sacrifice my freedom for security. You lost. I will carry on as before. I saw her this morning. Finally, after nights and days of waiting. She was as beautiful as when she left on Friday evening, as beautiful as when I fell madly in love with her more than 12 years ago. I am of course devastated by heartbreak, I'll cede you that little victory, but it will be short-lived. I know that she will be with us every day and that we will meet again in a paradise of free souls to which you will never have access.
Facebook post of Antoine Leiris, husband of Hélène Muyal
Fanny Minot
Minot worked as a TV editor on the show "Le Supplement" and previously for Le Petit Journal. Minot died at the Bataclan and was a big fan of music.
Without editing, the text of the journalist is useless. Fanny knew storytelling. She was a colleague and a friend.
Le Petit Journal on Twitter
Nicolas Classeau
Classeau, a father of three boys, died in the Bataclan attacks, his employer confirmed. Classeau was a French national. The Instituts Universitaires de Technologie or IUT (University Institutes of Technology) held a memorial for Classeau, where he worked as a director.
Matthieu Giroud
Giroud was killed in the Paris attack, employer Université Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée said on Facebook. Giroud was associate professor at the university and a noted critical geographer, specializing in urban social change, according to a tribute by The Association of American Geographers (AAG). Giroud died at the Bataclan.
Pierre-Antoine Henry
Henry was a professional engineer who worked in communications in the Paris area, his father told local media. Henry was a 2002 alumni of ESIEE, the school said on its Facebook page. He leaves behind a wife and two young children. He died at the Bataclan.
Sven Alejandro Silva Perugini
Perugini, a Venezuelan national, died at the Bataclan, his mother Giovanina Perugini confirmed on Facebook. She begs people to remember her son's smile, jokes, optimism and charisma.
Remember his smile, his jokes, his optimism, his charisma. We parents, sister, family, other relatives and friends appreciate all the support in this time of grief. We ask a prayer chain for any other person or family through this unexplainable and painful situation. We'll take our dear beloved son and brother forever in our hearts today, tomorrow and forever ....
Giovanina Perugini, mother
Grégory Fosse
Fosse died at the Bataclan after being shot, the mayor of Gambais, France, announced after meeting with the family. Fosse grew up in Gambais and worked as a music programmer at D17 in France.
Claire Camax
Camax died in the Paris attacks, her husband told local newspaper le Courrier des Yvelines. Camax worked as a graphic designer and was a mother to two children. She was with friends at the Bataclan and they say she was lost in the melee.
She was an exceptional talent and designer of our website. We extend our deepest condolences to his young children, her husband, her family and friends with whom we mourn.
Michelli Gil Jaimez
Gil Jaimez, a native of Tuxpan, was killed in the Paris attacks, the Veracruz government confirmed. Jaimez' family was given support by the government to travel to Paris and retrieve her body, the statement said. She died at a café.
Djamila Houd
Houd was killed by gunfire in La Belle Equipe restaurant while attending a birthday party for one of the waitresses, her sister Claire told CNN. Djamila died in the arms of her ex-husband, father to her child, and owner of the restaurant. “If the people who did this attack were trying to destroy liberty, if they wanted to cut down true happiness, if they were trying to wipe away genuine smiles, they couldn’t have picked a better target than Djamila, because she was all of that,” her sister told CNN.
If the people who did this attack were trying to destroy liberty, if they wanted to cut down true happiness, if they were trying to wipe away genuine smiles, they couldn’t have picked a better target than Djamila, because she was all of that.
Claire Tassadit Houd, sister
Christophe Lellouche
Lellouche was at the Bataclan to see a band he had long followed, Eagles of Death Metal. Lellouche's cousin Charlene told the local paper,, "When we got confirmation that he was at the Bataclan Friday night, we did not dare to call it (his phone), lest the ringing of his phone attract the terrorists." Lellouche was a passionate musician who co-wrote the original music for film "Jung Forever." Known as "Moké" or "Mad Professor" by some friends, Lellouche was an only child who grew up in Normandy.
What happened to Christopher last night is humanly incomprehensible. Unfair. Terrible. Horrible. Unbearable. But I suddenly feel the need to imagine having his heart, his sensitivity, his enlightenment, his instinct ... this "magic string" ... No one, nothing, can stop this melody ... can prevent it from touching us ... Thank you, Chris. Thank you. You continue vibrating. On another level, perhaps, but certainly in all of us
Johann Sebastian Lopez, scriptwriter
Mathias Dymarski
Dymarski was with his girlfriend, Marie Lausch, at the Bataclan where they were both killed. He grew up in Metz, France. He was a talented BMX rider who worked as an engineer and had recently moved to Paris with Lausch. The couple was celebrating their fifth anniversary when they were killed.
Marie Lausch
Lausch was with boyfriend Mathias Dymarski at the Bataclan when they were both killed. They were celebrating their five-year anniversary. Lausch moved to Paris with Dymarski in September, and worked in international public relations at Coty, a beauty products manufacturer, according to her Facebook page. She grew up in Metz, France.
Our sadness is great today because we lost a member of our big family. Our most fervent thoughts are with the family and friends of Mary. The national minute of silence, scheduled for Monday at noon, will be especially dedicated to her.
NEOMA Business School
Alban Denuit
Denuit died in the Bataclan attack. The French national completed his PhD in fine arts at the Université Bordeaux Montaigne, where he also taught in the school's department of arts. He was originally from Marmande and was a talented artist whose work was displayed in galleries across France, including the Eponyme Galerie in Bordeaux.
I know he can he can hear us, so I want to tell him that darkness will not take over this world because light always wins at the end.
Damien Babin, family friend
Estelle Rouat
Rouat taught English at the collège Gay Lussac de Colombes, the district said in a statement. She was a former student at Université Bordeaux Montaigne, the school said. Saint Joseph school held a moment of silence for its former student. One of her English students posted a tribute saying (translated), "I melted into tears in the arms of my mother [when I heard of her death]. You are in our hearts Estelle." She died at the Bataclan.
You are in our hearts, Estelle Rouat.
Former student
Manu Perez
Perez died in the Bataclan attack with his girlfriend Précilia Jessy Correia. Perez worked with Universal Music Group as a marketing project manager, according to his LinkedIn page and president of the company, Pascal Negro.
Remembering Thomas, Marie and Manu at Universal, and all victims of the Paris massacre
Elif Dogan
Married couple, Milko Jozic and Elif Dogan, were killed in the attacks. Elif Dogan has dual Turkish and Belgium nationality and had only been in Paris for a short time when she was killed, the Turkish Consulate in Paris said in a statement. Her body has been sent back to her family in Turkey, the statement said.
Milko Jozic
Married couple Milko Jozic and Elif Dogan were killed at the Bataclan. The couple had only been in Paris for a short time. Jozic was a Belgian citizen who worked as an engineer.
Justine Moulin
Moulin was killed in the attack on the restaurant Le Petit Cambodge. She was studying for her master's degree at SKEMA Business School in Paris, the school said in a statement. The school held a moment of silence in honor of her. Moulin was supposed to study abroad at the college's campus in Raleigh, North Carolina. A memorial was held at the American campus, the News and Observer reported.
She was a wonderful person. She was always smiling. She wanted to travel the world. She was too young to die.
Julie de Mélo, one of Moulin’s best friends.
Romain Didier
Didier was on the terrace of La Belle Equipe with his girlfriend Lamia Mondeguer when they were both killed. Didier lived in Sancerre, France prior to Paris and used to manage the Little Temple Bar in Paris, according to his Facebook page. Didier was a member of the amateur Crocodile rugby team since 2013, the team said in a tribute on social media.
It is hard to wake up today and emerge from this fog. It's hard to say we will never see your smile or hear your laugh once more. Your joy of living was second to none ... You knew what the words "courage" and "solidarity" meant ... You go, leaving us all great memories.There are no words strong enough to describe how much we will miss you.
Crocodiles Rugby Team
Romain Dunay
Dunay, a talented singer and musician, died in the Bataclan attack. "You are immortal," a friend tweeted after learning of his death. "I have your songs and your face engraved forever."
You are part of Bataclan now Romain. And when we return, we will think of you.
Brislee Adams, friend
Pierre-Yves Guyomard
Guyomard died at the Bataclan with his wife, Anne, friends and family have said on social media. He was a professor at the ESRA film school, where he taught sound engineering, and worked as a sound engineer for many bands, who paid their respects on social media.
Anne (Cornet) Guyomard
Guyomard died at the Bataclan with her husband, Pierre-Yves, friends and family have said on social media. The couple is from Ville de Saint-Germain-en-Laye, France, the municipality said in a statement.
Ciprian Calciu
Romanian citizens Calciu and Mariana Lăcrămioara Pop were killed on the terrace of La Belle Equipe, friends and family confirmed on social media. The Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs said two of its citizens died in the Paris attacks.
Mariana Lăcrămioara Pop
Romanian citizens Ciprian Calciu and Lăcrămioara Pop were killed on the terrace of La Belle Equipe, friends and family confirmed on social media. The Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs said two of its citizens died in the Paris attacks.
Quentin Mourier
Mourier was killed at the Bataclan. He was an architect in Paris who graduated from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture de Versailles. He pursued a thesis in Detroit focusing on hospitality and urban agriculture in 2013. Mourier was also an active member of a Parisian urban farming collective called Vergers Urbains. The group said he was energetic, full of ideas and contributed to a number of projects.
Vincent Detoc
Detoc died in the Bataclan attack. He grew up in L'Haÿ-les-Roses and lived in Gentilly, France at the time of his death. The architect had two children, Gentilly Mayor Patricia Tordjmann and L'Haÿ-les-Roses Mayor Vincent Jeanbrun said during each town's memorial for Detoc. "The most gentle and sweet man I've ever met," Detoc's friend Manolis Andriotakis said in a poem. Of the terrorists he wrote, "Your world is black and white and we will not become like you. Our friend (who died) is a new star who now shines upon this colorful life."
The most gentle and sweet man I've ever met They gunned him down Terrorists I don’t fear you You have inflicted upon me great pain But you have no power My friend allowed me to see you more clearly You're small, cowardly, and alone To God you are expendable Come if you want to explain to his wife and our friend's children Your insanity I feel sorry for you
part of a poem written by Manolis Andriotakis, friend
Hugo Sarrade
Sarrade was killed at the Bataclan. Sarrade studied computer science at Faculte des Sciences Montpellier and was known for his love of music, school director Filles Halbout said in a statement to students. The school held a moment of silence for the young man.
Christophe Foultier
Foultier was killed in the Bataclan attack, his employer d'Havas Life Paris and Sacem (artists union/organization) announced. Foultier was married with children, the employer said. Foultier was the author and co-manager of the company Shiny Shoes Records.
Stephane Albertini
Albertini was at the Bataclan with his cousin Pierre Innocenti. They both were killed, friends and family have said on social media. The two men, along with Innocenti’s younger brother, Charles, co-managed a popular Italian restaurant in the Paris suburb of Neuilly-sur-Seine that has been part of their extended family for three generations, according to The New York Times, which interviewed Innocenti's father. A fundraising site has been set up to raise money for Albertini's wife, Marie, and 4-year-old son, Leon.
My only consolation is knowing that they (Stephane Albertini and Pierre Innocenti) were killed instantly.They didn’t know what hit them. They didn’t suffer.
Alfio Innocenti, uncle and father of victims
Jean-Jacques Amiot
Amiot died in the attack at Bataclan, his family announced in an obituary.
Touched my humanity, crushed in my flesh. The blood of my family sank. My father lost his brother.
Caroline Amiot, niece
Emmanuel Bonnet
Bonnet was killed at the Bataclan, his employer Régie Autonome des Transports Parisiens announced. Bonnet was a trainer with the state-owned public transportation company.
Maxime Bouffard
Bouffard was killed in the Bataclan attack. The film director was remembered by friends and co-workers for the promise he showed. Bouffard formerly played rugby with the Caint-Cyprien athletic club. “Maxime, nobody believes it. Everyone at [the club] is crying for Maxime and shares a huge sorrow for his parents Marie-Laure and Jean-Marc and with his sister Elodie, his brother Dimitri, and of course his friend Manu”, the club said in a statement. The athletic club held a moment of silence at the Beaumont Stadium on November 19.
Olivier Vernadal
Vernadal worked for France's Public Finance Department, which released a statement on Facebook about the death of their employee killed at the Bataclan.
Nicolas Catinat
Catinat died while protecting his friends at the Bataclan, Domont Mayor Nicolas Catinat said in a statement. Catinat grew up in Domont, France and worked as a carpenter, the mayor said. A town square in Domont will be named in his honor.
Cécile Misse
Misse was killed at the Bataclan, her employer, Théâtre Jean-Vilar de Suresnes said in a statement. Misse was the head of production for six years at the theater. She graduated from the Ecole D'art De Culture in 2008. She lived with her boyfriend, Luis Felipe Zschoche Valle, who also died at the Bataclan. She's remembered for "always smiling and available, always positive and generous ... a bright personality," the theater statement said.
Armelle Pumir Anticevic
Anticevic worked at the Logic Design Agency for nine years, most recently as the print production manager, her employer said. She was killed at the Bataclan. Married with two children -- Shana and Milan -- Anticevic embodied strength and happiness, the company said. "We will keep on living, working, and will not give up in face of such adversity."
We will keep on living, working, and will not give up in face of such adversity.
The Logic Design Agency, Anticevic's employer
David Perchirin
Perchirin died at the Bataclan with his longtime friend Cedric Mauduit, the Sciences Po Rennes and l'Institut d'Etudes Politiques said in statements about the former students. Friends took to social media to remember Perchirin for his kind heart. He was married with two children, friends said.
Baptiste Chevreau
Chevreau grew up in Ville de Tonnerre and was an aspiring musician. The town's mayor confirmed Chevreau died at the Bataclan. He is survived by his parents and sister.
Richard Rammant
Rammant died at the Bataclan after he reportedly threw his body over his wife, saving her from the bullets, friends shared on social media. Rammant loved music and motorcycles and volunteered at Cahors Blues Festival, friends say. He was a member of Showtime Riders HDC (Harley Davidson Club).
At Bataclan, uneducated morons savagely and cowardly killed our brother Richard. He protected his wife, he paid with his life. We are kneeling....
Showtime Riders HDC (Harley Davidson Club)
Cédric Gomet
Gomet started working French television station TV5 Monde five years ago and immediately integrated well with the staff. “He was someone who was very serious about his work, but also knew how to have fun," Eric Krissi, a friend and station director told CNN. Gomet loved rock music and played in a band. The TV5 Monde studio has been filled with pictures of Gomet since the attack, Krissi said.“We’re all devastated. Everyone liked Cédric, he had such good spirit.”
We’re all devastated. Everyone liked Cédric, he had such good spirit.
Eric Kriss, friend and colleague
Ludovic "Ludo" Boumbas
Boumbas was killed at the La Belle Equipe after he used his body to shield his friend from getting shot, his brother told French media. A fund to support his family asks people to remember Boumbas for his courage, his beautiful smile, and as a person who loved the world and traveling. Boumbas was born in Lille, France, to a Congolese family. He was truly French, loved Paris, had moved there and was living there with many friends, his brother said.
Raphaël Hilz
Hilz worked as an architect in Paris for only a short time. He was killed at the Le Petit Cambodge restaurant, his uncle told German radio station Rai Südtirol.
Sebastien Proisy
Proisy was a 2003 graduate of Sciences-Po and he held a Master of Law from the University Paris and an MBA in Strategic Intelligence from the Ecole de Guerre Economique, according to a tribute from Sciences Po. Proisy was killed at Bar le Carillon, his hometown of Noisy-le-Grand said in a statement.
Julien Galisson
Galisson was killed at the Bataclan as he shielded his friend from gunfire, his employer, the Polish staffing agency, AKCJA JOB, said in a statement. "We are moved by the events in Paris and in solidarity with the victims of the attack and their loved ones, in particular with the family of Julien Galisson," the statement said.
Franck Pitiot
Pitiot was killed at the Bataclan, his friend and sister said on social media. "My little brother tragically passed away during the Bataclan's attacks.Of course I have rage and a terrible sadness. He is/was an adorable brother and a loving uncle. Tonight I want to say that I also have hope that this tragedy would be the beginning of a better world. I love you my brother you are in my heart forever," the message from his sister said.
I have rage and a terrible sadness. He is/was an adorable brother and a loving uncle. Tonight I want to say that I also have hope that this tragedy would be the beginning of a better world. I love you my brother you are in my heart forever.
Vanessa Viennot, Pitiot's sister
Hyacinthe Koma
Koma was at La Belle Equipe café celebrating a friend's birthday when he was killed. Koma worked as a server at Les Chics Types in Paris.
Lucie Dietrich
Dietrich was a graphic designer working the French magazine, L'Etudiant. She was a 2013 graduate of IESA Multimedia.
Victor Munoz
Munoz attended the Paris School of Business.
'Peace for Paris' courtesy Jean Jullien
CNN's AnneClaire Stapleton, Dominque Dodley, Justin Lear, David Williams, Jareen Imam, Tricia Escobedo, Marnie Hunter, Thom Patterson, Amy Cox, Phil Gast, Mark Barilla, Sean O'Key and Curt Merrill contributed to this interactive.