Death: Hunter Lopez is dead, Riverside dead killed in Afghanistan

According to the Riverside Sheriffs Association, a bomb attack near Kabul International Airport on Thursday killed 13 US soldiers, including a Coachella Valley man. Captain Hunter Lopez, 22, of the United States Marine Corps came from a deeply rooted family in the Coachella Valley. He is the son of two employees of the Riverside County Public Safety Office.

The press release read: “We are heartbroken when we hear this sad news about Hunter. He chose to live a life of service, altruism, courage and sacrifice as his parents.”

According to the Marshals Association, Hunter Lopez served as a riverside scout sheriff in Palm Desert Station from September 2014 to August 2017. He was assigned to the 2nd Battalion of the 1st Marine Corps and plans to join the department. After being dispatched by the sheriff, according to the release.

According to the Riverside Sheriffs Association, a bomb attack near Kabul International Airport on Thursday killed 13 US soldiers, including a Coachella Valley man.

Captain Hunter Lopez, 22, of the United States Marine Corps came from a deeply rooted family in the Coachella Valley. He is the son of two employees of the Riverside County Public Safety Office.

The press release read: “We are heartbroken when we hear this sad news about Hunter. He chose to live a life of service, altruism, courage and sacrifice as his parents from him.”

According to the Marshals Association, Hunter Lopez served as a riverside scout sheriff in Palm Desert Station from September 2014 to August 2017. He was assigned to the 2nd Battalion of the 1st Marine Corps and plans to join the department. After being dispatched by the sheriff, according to the release.

The union’s press release read: “Our entire community is in pain. We mourn Hunter’s death. He answered the call to serve, defend and protect our country.” “Like his parents who served our community, he did it for Hunter. Marines are not a job, they are a career, he loves his family, and even though we mourn Hunter and his marines, they took us prematurely, but this is not .. . there is a phrase that words can express our wonder for him: Semper Fi. “

Riverside County Sheriff Chad Bianco expressed his condolences to Lopez’s family on his Facebook account.

Bianco wrote: “When the López family mourned the loss of their American hero, I felt very sad and heartbroken.” “Our entire department is in mourning for this tragic loss. The López family embodies service. The ultimate meaning.”

La Quinta Mayor Linda Evans (Linda Evans) expressed her condolences to the city government and council on Friday.

In an email statement sent to the Desert Sun, Evans said: “Our La Quinta family is mourning today for Hunt Lopez, one of the US soldiers killed in the Afghan attack.”

“We are all honored by Hunter’s service and ultimate sacrifice to protect our country. He was a courageous and selfless soldier who answered the call to become the United States Marine Corps,” Evans said.

“Like his parents, Hunter wants to help others and protect the community from him,” she said. “Our city council and staff ask the community to join us in praying and supporting the Lopez family at this difficult time.” “[Hunter Lopez] is a beloved student at our school,” said Mary Perry, the district spokeswoman. “His family has contacted his previous school directly to confirm his passing. The entire DSUSD school board, staff and students have shared our thoughts and prayers with the family.”

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