Kind of like a Renaissance man. News that Cline was among the victims in Oaklands tragic warehouse fire shocked the faculty at Samo High as teachers opened their emails Monday morning. Chapman called it a tough email to receive. Teachers felt the loss profoundly, she said. He was insightful, Chapman said. He saw the world in a different way than most teenagers. He was just a good guy. medical history interview notesHe was a kid that when you were discussing literature or a current event, he took the topic to a different level. Cline, 24, a 2011 graduate who went on to study at UC Berkeley, was among the first confirmed names to be released following the devastating fire that gutted the warehouse in Oakland where an electronic dance party was held Friday night. Authorities said at least 36 people are believed dead. Authorities have identified many of the deceased, but several names have been withheld until the families can be notified. A memorial page on Facebook contains a list of those still considered missing after the fire, among them is 21-year-old Vanessa Plotkin , an undergraduate student at UC Berkeley who grew up in Lakewood.
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