Mall shooting victims: Kids' sports coach, hospice nurse

Mall shooting victims: Kids' sports coach, hospice nurse

CLACKAMAS, Ore. - The Clackamas County Sheriff's Office identified the two people killed in the shooting rampage at the Clackamas Town Center on Tuesday. One person was injured.

Steve Mathew Forsyth, 45

One of the victims of the shooting spree Tuesday at the Clackamas Town Center was a father of two children and a local marketing business owner. He lived in West Linn.

Steve Forsyth, 45, founded and operated Big Feat Marketing and had a long history of working in the marketing business in the Portland area, according to a bio post on his website.

"Steven Mathew Forsyth was a loving husband, father of two children, a son, a brother, an uncle, a longtime youth sports coach and a friend to the many people who had the privilege to meet him," the statement said.

"Steve was one of the most passionate people with a true entrepreneurial spirit," the family said. "He had a great sense of humor and zest for life. He had a vision and a belief in others that brought great joy and value to many lives. He will be sorely missed by all who knew him." 

He also contributed articles on marketing to the Portland Business Journal, a news partner. Dennis Glasgow worked with Forsyth for the Entercomm radio group, according to the Portland Business Journal.

“It’s still pretty shocking,” said Glasgow, who last worked as program director for the KPAM radio station. “He was a very popular guy, very gregarious. He was a smart business guy and a good radio man.”

Cindy Yuille, 54

The woman killed in the shooting was identified as 54-year-old Cindy Ann Yuille.

In a statement, Yuille's family said "Cindy was everybody's friend. She was a wonderful person who was very caring and put others first."

Cindy was a hospice care nurse for Kaiser Permanente in Portland. Co-workers contacted by KATU News on Wednesday were devastated by the news of her death.

She lived in Northeast Portland.

Kristina Shevchenko

A girl who was shot and injured is recovering at Oregon Health and Science University.

A hospital spokeswoman said Kristina Shevchenko is in “serious” condition at the hospital. Shevchenko’s family said they did not want to hospital to release any more details.