- Authorities said Monday that the victims ranged from 18 months to 77 years in age.
Keith Braden, 62
- Keith Braden was a U.S. Army veteran who recently beat cancer, according to The Dallas Morning News. Braden's brother, Bruce Braden, told the Morning News his brother was "a good father, good grandfather, good brother."
- Keith Braden's wife and granddaughter were also shot in the rampage, but the two survived.
Peggy Lynn Warden, 56
- According to WOAI-TV, Peggy Warden shielded her 18-year-old grandson during the shooting. He was shot about five times, but he survived.
- Warden had recently returned to the church to work after the death of her husband, who died of cancer in July.
- "My sister spent her whole life working at the church," Warden's brother, Jimmie Stevens, told WOAI-TV. "It was always her goal to serve and teach children the word of God. There was nothing she would have rather done. And she served people basically her whole life."
Dennis, 77, and Sara Johnson, 68
- Family members confirmed to The Washington Post that Dennis and Sara Johnson were among those killed.
- Family members took to Facebook to express their shock and mourn the couple, according to BuzzFeed News.
- "Both Dennis and Sara Johnson were some of the best its sad that their lives had to end so tragically," Frank Pence wrote, according to the news site.
Tara McNulty, 33
- Tara McNulty, a bartender at The Autmont Saloon in Seguin, Texas, was among those killed Sunday, her employer confirmed in a Facebook post. Her children were also injured, according to the saloon's owner, Kevin Koenen.
- Koenen remembered McNulty as a "very kind hearted person (and a) great employee."
- "This is a huge loss," he wrote.
- Friends confirmed her death to The Washington Post.
- “She was like me, she was like my soul sister,” McNulty's close friend, Amber Maricle, told the Post. “We could literally finish each other's sentences. It was an immediate bond.”
Richard, 64, and Theresa Rodriguez, 66
- Evangelina Santos saidthat her brother, 51-year-old Richard Rodriguez, and his wife, Theresa Rodriguez, were killed when a gunman opened fire on churchgoers in Texas on Sunday, The Associated Press reported.