Who Was Quinn Cooper, The Umpqua Shooting Victim Who Was "Everything And Loved By Everyone"?

On Friday, a gunman opened fire at Umpqua Community College, killing nine people in Roseburg, Ore. One of those people was Quinn Glen Cooper, an 18-year-old whose name was released to the public on Friday afternoon. Thursday had been Quinn's fourth day of college. In a statement Friday afternoon, Cooper's family said, "I don't know how we are going to move forward with our lives without Quinn."

Described by his family as "funny, sweet, compassionate ... wonderful, loving," Quinn's brother Cody Tweeted about him on Friday. "I know most everyone has heard about the shooting at UCC here in Roseburg. My brother Quinn Cooper was one of the victims. #UCCQuinn," he wrote, using the hashtag that his family had suggested social media users in regard to Cooper.

Cody has also started a memorial fund for Cooper, which you can donate to here. On the page, he wrote:

"We are in shock this happened," Cooper's family said in a joint statement. "He always stood up for people ... Our lives are shattered beyond repair."

"No one should ever have to feel the the pain we are feeling. Please remember the victims and their families. Please remember Quinn."