Fermin Alonso-Alonso Jr.
No more beautiful things to make
One of his passions was photography; “It was his dream to capture those moments that people wanted to keep forever,” a close friend said.
The recent graduate of Glencoe High School also loved fashion and wanted to own a clothing line. Friends said that he had a “passion for making beautiful things,” and a passion for friendships; he saw everyone as a potential friend and loved to make strangers smile and laugh.
On Sept. 30, 2018, Fermin Alonso-Alonso Jr., 18, attended a house party in Washington County, Oregon, where a fight broke out. Twelve shots of gunfire rang, and Alonso-Alonso was killed as a bystander.