Cody & # 39; s father Jason confirmed that his 22-year-old son belonged to the 11 dead victims.
The distraught father rushed to the bar after he heard the news about the shooting and his son's calls remained unanswered. Jason used a tracking app on his son's phone and indicated that the device was still in the room.
He said he spoke to his son just before he went to the bar on Wednesday night.
Ventura County Sheriff's Sergeant Ron Helus
& # 39; The first thing I said was: & # 39; Please do not drink and do not drive & # 39 ;. The last thing I said was "Son, I love you", "he said.
Cody planned to go into the army and spoke with recruiters from the US Army.
Sheriff's Sgt. Ron Helus
Ventura County Sheriff's sergeant Ron Helus, 54, was the first on the scene of the shooting on Wednesday night.
Helus was shot several times when he and a Californian Highway Patrol officer exchanged fire with the gunman in the bar.
He was a 29-year veteran of the department. He spoke with his wife Karen when he received the call about mass shooting.
The last thing he said to her was, "Oh, I have to go, I love you. I have to call. & # 39;
Alaina, the niece of actress Tamera Mowry-Housley and her husband Adam Housley, also died during the recordings.
Her candidate at Pepperdine University had previously uploaded photos to Twitter stating that the freshman was missing.
Alaina & # 39; s Apple Watch and iPhone were still showing its location as in the bar. She was at the bar with several friends who are all responsible.
& # 39; My heart breaks. I am still in disbelief, "wrote Mowry-Housley in a tribute to her niece on Instagram.
& # 39; It is not fair how you are taken and how quickly you have been taken away from us. I was blessed to know you since you were 5 years old. You stole my heart. I will miss our inner jokes, our serenade at the piano.
Thank you for being patient with me as you learned how to braid your hair, and I will never forget that our duet sings the national anthem in Napa's football game.
& # 39; I love you. I love you. I love you. You are going to make a beautiful angel. & # 39;
Justin Meek was identified as one of the victims killed by his family and his former university.
The 23-year-old, who recently graduated from California Lutheran University, worked in the Borderline Bar and organized the college evening event.
It is believed that the heroic heroic life has been saved while the shooting was taking place, according to university president Chris Kimball.
During his studies he worked at the veterans office of the school and he often worked with the Veterans Club to plan events and help old-handed students.
Meek also loved singing in choir and participated in the Kingsmen Quartet of the school.
He intended to join the American Coast Guard.
& # 39;Justin was a head of criminal law and criminology who had a passion for the good, "said Jenn Zimmerman, Cal Lutheran veteran coordinator, in a statement.
I'm not afraid that he took action to protect the people at Borderline. & # 39;
Sean Adler, 48, worked as a bouncer in the Borderline Bar & Grill when he was killed.
He was a wrestling trainer who had recently opened a coffee shop in the area.
Noel Sparks, a 21-year-old student at Moorpark College, was also declared dead. The United Methodist Church in Westlake Village, of which she was a member, expressed condolences to her parents on Facebook.
Sparks's friends had been in tears all day while they were desperately searching for her in the aftermath of the shooting.
Blake Dingman, 21, was identified by his girlfriend as a victim of mass shooting.
My dear Blake … my heart hurts more than words can say. I can not believe you're gone. I am so grateful for our little infinity and all our deep conversations, hugs, late nights and adventures, "she wrote in a tribute.
I am so incredibly grateful for every moment we have spent together. God has brought us together for a reason and I will keep our memories in my heart forever. I love you with all my heart, my dear boy and my angel. & # 39;
Blake Dingman (left) and Telemachus Orfanos (right)
Borderline employee Telemachus Orfanos was also one of the confirmed deaths.
Orfanos was an Eagle Scout who served in the navy. Friends said that last year he was a survivor of the Route 91 Harvest Festival in Las Vegas, where 58 people died.
Survivors of the shooting in Las Vegas gathered regularly in the Borderline bar for the night of country music as a way to provide mutual support and healing.
The social media of Orfanos indicate that he visited the local Thousand Oaks High School and the Moorepark College.
Kristina Kaylee Morisette
Morisette worked as a cashier at Borderline Bar and Grill. Family members confirmed that they died during the shooting.
She went to the Simi Valley High School.
Kristina Kaylee Morisette
Manrique, 33, was a navy veteran.
& # 39; He spent his entire adult life, after military service, helping veterans to adapt to the life of the citizen and had recently accepted a position at Team RWB as Pacific Regional Program Manager & # 39 ;, family member Gladys Manrique Koscak in a tribute on Facebook.
I do not doubt that he died a hero and protected others from gunshots. He will forever be our hero, son, brother and the best uncle anyone could ever ask for, & # 39; she said.
Jake was one of the missing for hours.
His distraught father continued to call his cell phone after hearing about the shooting and became increasingly concerned when there was no answer.
& # 39; It just keeps ringing. And he always answers his phone, "he said on Thursday.
He thinks he's in the bar with Dingman, who was his friend.
Jake Dunham and Marky Meza Jr.
Marky Meza Jr.
Marky, 20, worked at Borderline as a bus-boy and foodrunner. He grew up in Santa Barbara.
"Marky was a loving and wonderful young man who was full of life and ambition.
& # 39; His family is devastated by his loss. Marky would have turned 21 on November 19th.
"His family is currently asking for peace and respect to enable them to personally mourn," they said in a statement.