From the U.S. Dept. of Defense via icasualties.org:
With sorrow and gratitude, we remember the sacrifice by the U.S. soldier whose life was lost in Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan, April 11-18:
Kerry Danyluk, 27
Please keep her family and all the civilians lost in violence around the world in your thoughts and prayers.
From the Cook County Medical Examiner's Office, the Chicago Police Dept., and the Chicago Breaking News Center, by way of Chicago Tribune's RedEye, Thursday edition:
In the city of Chicago, the following people were killed by violence, April 9 to May 1:
Adrian Soto, 17; Andres Servantes, 22; Shannon Mack, 34; Gakirah Barnes, 17; Corey Brownlee, 32; Roshua Martinez, 20; Keno Glass, 16; Trevolus Pickett, 20; Nicholas Ramirez, 19; Jordan Means, 16; Darren Ray, 42; Anthony Bankhead, 18; Juan Ocon, 32; Timmy Bermudez, 19; Veronica Rizzo-Acevedo, 49; Quinton Jackson, 22; Demario Collins, 19; Joe Huff Jr., 86; Darius Kelly, 22; Leonore Draper, 32; Martavarian Emery, 21; Artez McBride, 20; Jaquez Williams, 17; Benito Juarez, 40; Cindy Bahena, 21; Marvin Turner, 29; Endia Martin, 14; Larry Martin, 28; Jeromy Ellis, 34
Please keep their families and others touched by violence in your thoughts and prayers.
The following list from the detention center is sent by the Interfaith Committee for Detained Immigrants:
Remember the 33 immigrant detainees at the McHenry County Jail as of April 22. They are from Costa Rica, Cuba, El Salvador, Germany, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, Jordan, Liberia, Mexico, Nicaragua, Northern Ireland, and South Sudan. May the outcomes be positive for all of the detainees and their families.
Submitted each week by Mary Marling, Elizabeth Scanlon, and Kathleen Clark of the Unity Temple Unitarian/Universalist congregation where the names are read aloud at Sunday services.