The following is a list of the people who, sadly, lost their lives in the Deepwater Horizon Disaster. My they rest in peace.
Adam Weise, 24, of Yorktown, Texas.
Aaron D Burkeen, 37. Burkeen lived near Philadelphia, Mississippi. He was responsible for making sure everyone got off the rig safely, but never made it off himself. He leaves behind a wife and two children.
Donald Clark, 49, of Newellton, Louisiana. He was scheduled to leave the rig on April 21, the day after the explosion.Roy Kemp, 27, of Jonesville, Louisiana. He leaves behind a wife, Tracy, and two daughters
Jason Anderson of Bay City, Texas. He leaves behind two children.
Stephen Curtis, 29, or Georgetown, Louisiana. He followed in the footsteps of his father Howard, a dive welder for 39 years. Curtis was the father of two children.
Gordon Jones, 28, of Louisiana. He leaves behind a wife and two children.
Blair Manual, 56, of Gonzales, Louisiana. He was a chemical engineer who was engaged to be married. He was the father of three daughters.
Dewey Rivelle, 48, of State Line, Mississippi. He worked for Transocean for 29 years, as a driller, and he was also a father.
Shane Noshto, 22 of Franklin County, Mississippi. His widow, Natalie, filed a Deepwater Horizon lawsuit against Transocean, BP and Haliburton.