Remembering the Northern California fire victims

This June 18, 2017, photo released by Derek Southard, left, shows himself with his father, Daniel Southard, after Derek graduated as a Chemical Engineer from the University of California, Davis, in Sacramento, Calif. The body of Daniel Southard, 71, a retired fitness trainer and high school football coach, was found in his bedroom after wildfires tore through Santa Rosa. (Anna Paseka via AP)


Almost two dozen people died in the Sonoma County fires.

Tubbs fire, Sonoma County:

Karen Aycock, 56, Santa Rosa

Christina Hanson, 27, Santa Rosa

Linda Tunis, 69, Santa Rosa

Carol Collins-Swasey, 76, Santa Rosa

Lynne Anderson Powell, 72, Santa Rosa

Arthur Tasman Grant, 95, Santa Rosa

Suiko Grant, 75, Santa Rosa

Donna Mae Halbur, 80, Larkfield

Leroy Peter Halbur, 80, Larkfield

Valerie Lynn Evans, 75, Santa Rosa

Carmen Caldentey Berriz, 75, Apple Valley (vacationing in Santa Rosa)

Michael John Dornbach, 57, rural Calistoga

Veronica Elizabeth McCombs, 67, Santa Rosa

Carmen Colleen McReynolds, 82, Santa Rosa

Lee Chadwick, 72, Glen Ellen

Daniel Martin Southard, 71, Santa Rosa

Sharon Rae Robinson, 79, Santa Rosa

Redwood/Potter Valley fires, Mendocino County:

Roy Howard Bowman, 87, Redwood Valley

Irma Elsie Bowman, 88, Redwood Valley

Kai Logan Shepherd, 14, Redwood Valley

Atlas fire, Napa County:

George Chaney, 89, Napa

Edward Stone, 79, Napa

Charles Rippey, 100, Napa

Sara Rippey, 98, Napa