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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Steve Hunter
The Navy Yard shooting rampage on Monday claimed a dozen people of different ages, backgrounds and experiences. But the families they left behind are showing a similar resiliency in the aftermath of the tragedy.
The 12 victims of Monday morning's rampage inside the Washington Navy Yard were contractors and blue-collar workers, U.S. Naval Academy graduates and international transplants, softball coaches and Redskins fans. Each brought a story to the place they never left.
"There's no doubt it's growing," said Mr. Hunter of Sparr, Fla., about the rally and its purpose. "But that just helps put pressure on the administration."
Steve Hunter said talking about his nephew's death "makes it easier" on his family.