Bailey Schweitzer, 20, was one of 59 victims who were shot and killed during Sunday night’s Las Vegas shooting massacre. According to KTLA5, she attended the Route 91 Harvest Festival with her mother.
Bailey is from Bakersfield, California. According to 17News, Bailey’s family confirmed her death, saying that “Schweitzer graduated from Centennial High School in 2015” in Bakersfield. During her time at the school, she was a cheerleader and played volleyball.
One friend wrote on Facebook, “Bailey Schweitzer was and IS so incredibly loved! Bailey was a victim of the shootings in Las Vegas. Here are some of her senior portraits from two years ago to put a lovely face to the name. If you would like to donate a meal (or financially donate) to the Schweitzer family during this difficult time you may do so at the link below…PLEASE NOTE: At this time we are unsure of when the Schweitzer’s will be returning to Bakersfield from Las Vegas, but we would like to have meals on standby for when they do return home. I know their community runs deep and wide and we want to rally around the Schweitzer family during this time.” Another woman wrote, “For those who knew Bailey Schweitzer, her Infinity work family will be holding a candle light vigual in memory of her. All are welcomed. We will be doing this at 6:30pm. Infinity Communications 4909 Calloway Dr Suite 102 We love you Bailey and our work will never be the same! 💜💜💜”
One friend, Matt Woessner, tells KTLA5 that Bailey “had a heart for people.” He added, “the whole community has lost a great person in Bailey Schweitzer and she’s going to be truly missed everywhere.”