Six people died and 13 were injured when a gunman opened fire outside the Safeway store at Ina and Oracle roads on Jan. 8, 2011.
Former U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords was holding a "Congress On Your Corner" event on Tucson's northwest side when the attack occurred.
Not pictured: Kenneth Veeder, who was among those injured in the shooting, Arizona Daily Star archives show.
Killed: Christina-Taylor Green, age 9.
Judge John Roll
Killed: Federal Judge John Roll, District of Arizona
Killed: Gabe Zimmerman, aide to Rep. Giffords.
Killed: Phyllis Schneck
Killed: Dorothy Morris
Killed: Dorwan Stoddard, 76
U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, pictured after treatment for a gunshot wound to the head.
Bill Badger, a retired Army National Guard colonel, was grazed
by a bullet on the back of his head yet he was one of the men who
tackled Jared Lee Loughner and prevented him from reloading his
gun. "I'm a little more jumpy than I was before," he said. "If I
hear, you know, a door slam or something, or a loud noise, why -
Ron Barber, director for Rep. Gabrielle Giffords' district
office, sits in his Tucson office on his first day back to work in
the July 5, 2011 file photo. It appears more and more like Barber
will run for her seat in the special election.
Ken and Carol Dorushka
Ken Dorushka was shot in the forearm as he shielded his wife,
Carol. "I find myself watching people a little more closely than I
used to. I saw a guy in the grocery store walking around with a gun
on his hip, and that disturbed me tremendously."
Eric Fuller, who was shot twice, feared he would be unable to play tennis, but he has resumed playing. However, his emotional recovery has not been so smooth. He was taken for a mental-health evaluation at Palo Verde Hospital, where he spent several days, after disrupting a town-hall-style television program in the aftermath of the shootings.
Randy Gardner was shot through the right foot, just below the ankle, as he chatted with retiree Phyllis Schneck, who died in the shooting. "The doctors told me it was miraculous it didn't hit any bone," Gardner said.
Suzi Hileman touches Pima County Sheriff's Deputy Gilbert Caudillo, who helped Hileman after she was shot in the chest and right hip. "He saved my life," she said of Caudillo. "I'm only here because of that."
George Morris was shot in his back and lower left leg as he
tried in vain to shield his wife, Dorothy, from a spray of
gunfire. "This is someone I fell madly in love with when I was 16,"
he said. "I miss her terribly."
Mary Reed was shot in the arms and back as she shielded her 17-year-old daughter, Emma McMahon. She also suffered shrapnel wounds to the face and leg. Reed's whole family - her husband, Tom McMahon, and their two teenagers - was in line to see Giffords when gunfire erupted. "They can never forget it," Reed said. "But I'm hoping they heal."
Rep. Gabrielle Giffords' community outreach coordinator, Pam Simon, was shot in the chest and through the right wrist. The bullet that entered her chest lodged in her upper hip. "I am very lucky. The doctors are still scratching their heads," Simon said. "Quite miraculously, other than chipping my pelvic bone, the bullet did not damage any internal organs."
Mavanell "Mavy" Stoddard
Mavanell "Mavy" Stoddard was shot three times in the legs. Stoddard also lost her husband, Dorwan "Dory" Stoddard, who died as he shielded Mavy from the gunfire. "I have to go to my good memories of a wonderful man and not dwell on the bad," Stoddard said.
Jim Tucker, pictured with Giffords and his wife, Doris, moments before the shooting, was shot in the calf and the the right collarbone. The bullet that hit his collarbone split apart and lodged in various parts of his back. One fragment cracked a vertebra. The photo shows government working the way it's supposed to work, he said. "She was doing the thing she does best. She listens to constituents." Doris wasn't injured in the attack.