Two civilians who were killed in the Planned Parenthood shooting in Colorado Springs on Friday have been identified. One, an Iraq war veteran, was on his way out of the clinic with his girlfriend, while another was a mother of two in the wrong place at the wrong time whose husband had also served in the military.

As the New York Times reports, many people in Colorado Springs have military ties, given that the city is "surrounded by three Air Force bases and Fort Carson, one of the largest Army bases in the country." Among them was Army specialist Ke’Arre M. Stewart, who served in Iraq and was discharged in 2014. He had two daughters, aged 11 and 6, and a former girlfriend, Army Sergeant Amburh Butler has set up a GoFundMe campaign to raise funds for his family's funeral and other expenses.

Stewart was a native of Waco, Texas where he played on the high school football team, and Butler writes, "Ke'Arre was outside the clinic when he was shot and after [he was] shot ran back to the clinic to warn people to take cover and called 911. [He] was such a selfless person."

Jennifer Markovsky (née Ah King) was a native of Waianae, Hawaii, on Oahu, and worked at a Kmart in Colorado Springs for 13 years according to Facebook, until two years ago. Her husband, Paul Markovsky, was former military and employed by Lockheed Martin. She had two children as well, a boy and a girl, and is survived by three siblings, a brother and two sisters. Her older sister Elaine Hafner writes, "There were always four of us kids, now that is no longer the case... We will never get the chance to see [Jennifer] back in the islands again."

The third victim killed in the senseless rampage by alleged gunman 57-year-old Robert Lewis Dear was 44-year-old police officer Garrett Swasey, who was also a father of two.

Dear, whose motives remain unclear and whose mental state has been questioned by police who took a rambling statement from him late Friday, is expected to make his first court appearance this afternoon.

Previously: Gunman Identified In Colorado Springs Planned Parenthood Shooting