Putting Names To The Victims Of The San Bernardino Massacre Isaac Amanios, a proud father who emigrated from Ethiopia, was saving up to bring his children to the United States. Co-workers remember how his face lit up when he shared pictures of his kids.
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Putting Names To The Victims Of The San Bernardino Massacre

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Putting Names To The Victims Of The San Bernardino Massacre

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STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:

We have a name for you this morning - a name and a story. The name is Isaac Amanios. He was an immigrant. He came to the United States from Ethiopia. He was saving up to bring his children to the U.S. And he was working in San Bernadino. He was at a holiday party when he was shot and killed in Wednesday's attack.

LINDA WERTHEIMER, HOST:

Another father, Robert Adams, married his high school sweetheart, Summer. Their daughter is almost 2. A friend said seeing the family made you think, I want to have fun too.

INSKEEP: We will have more stories about the victims throughout this morning.

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