Funeral Service Held for San Bernardino Terror Attack Victim Damian Meins

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Tributes and memorial services for the victims of last week’s shooting rampage in San Bernardino continued Friday as investigators spent yet another day searching a park lake for possible evidence left by the attackers.

Family members console each other at the funeral for Damian Meins, who was killed in the San Bernardino shooting rampage, at St. Catherine of Alexandria Church in Riverside. (Credit: Gina Ferazzi/Los Angeles Times)

Family members console each other at the funeral for Damian Meins, who was killed in the San Bernardino shooting rampage, at St. Catherine of Alexandria Church in Riverside. (Credit: Gina Ferazzi/Los Angeles Times)

Friends and family filled a funeral service for Damian Meins, a 58-year-old health department employee who was killed in the most deadly terrorist attack on U.S. soil since 9/11. The service began at 10 a.m. at St. Catherine of Alexandria in Riverside.

According to his daughter Tina Meins, her father canceled a health inspection the day he was killed so that he could attend a training meeting at the Inland Regional Center.

“He sat with his co-workers, and his life was ended when people that did not value human life decided to take his,” she said in a statement on the crowd funding website GoFundMe.

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