Memorial to the Parkland School Shooting Victims is Being Planned
Memorial to the Parkland School Shooting Victims is Being Planned

Memorial to the Parkland School Shooting Victims is Being Planned

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A memorial will be built in remembrance of the 17 people who lost their lives in the Parkland school massacre in 2018, and plans for the memorial have already been announced. The official memorial will be built in a serene preserve, the Parkland 17 Memorial Foundation said on Wednesday.

It will be open to the public as a site to memorialize the 17 people who were killed in the shooting rampage that took place at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on February 14, 2018, including 14 students and three members of the faculty. Tony Montalto is the vice chairman of the Parkland 17 Memorial Foundation. His daughter Gina Montalto was one of the 17 people who died.

“This foundation was established to build the official public memorial to the victims of the Parkland massacre to ensure they are forever remembered as the people they were – as innocent children with vibrant, bright futures ahead of them, educators and coaches who gave so much of themselves to their students,” Montalto said.

According to the charitable organization, fundraising efforts are currently underway for the memorial, which is being built with the participation of the relatives of the victims.

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Nikolas Cruz, a former student, pleaded guilty to the killings. Cruz was given a sentence of life in prison without the chance of parole last year as a result of a jury in Broward County not being able to reach a unanimous decision over whether or not he should be executed for his crimes.

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