Corey Alan Lauramore Garber
Glen Saint Mary, Florida
He wanted to work with animals
His brothers and friends called him “crawfish” because he loved food — Cajun cuisine, specifically. He dreamed that success would lead him to work with animals — turtles, specifically.
A Facebook friend of his mother’s wrote that he was a “great young man,” with a smile that could light up the room. He went to a house with his brothers to confront a group about a feud that happened over social media. The people in the home opened fire, killing him.
Corey Alan Lauramore Garber, 18, was shot at close range in the face and died in his brother’s arms on April 15, 2018, in Glen St. Mary, Florida.