The men who gave their lives fighting the Yarnell Hill Fire in Prescott.
Andrew Ashcraft, 29, was an athletic spiritual man. He left behind his wife, Juliann and four children.
Ashcraft, a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, was honored to be a member of the Hotshot crew.
Robert Caldwell, 23, was characterized as the smart man in the bunch with a great sense of humor.
Travis Carter, 31, was known as the strongest one out of the crew but also the most humble.
Dustin Deford (right), 24, joined the Hotshot crew in 2012. He was described as a good listener and very respectful.
Chris Mackenzie, 30, wanted to be a firefighter like his dad.
Eric Marsh founded the Granite Mountain team and attended Appalachian State University. This photo was from 1993 when he began his firefighting career on the Tonto Basin Ranger District.
Grant McKee, 21, and Robert Caldwell, another Hotshot firefighter are cousins. Grant was considered very friendly and outgoing.
Sean Misner, 26, leaves behind his seven months pregnant wife. Sean was called a great team player by the principal of his high school.
Scott Norris, 28, loved life and was considered a gentleman.
Wade Parker, 22, had just joined the Hotshots team.
Parker had been very excited about being part of the Hotshot crew, officials said.
John Percin Jr., 24, loved baseball and was a multisport high school athlete.
Anthony Rose, 23, had a smile that would light up the whole room. He loved being a firefighter.
Jesse Steed started fighting fires in 2001 after he left the Marines. His former colleagues remember him as a joker.
Steed, at 36, was one of the older members of the crew.
Joe Thurston, 32, was determined and always up for a challenge.
Travis Turbyfill "Truby," 27, was described by his wife, Stephanie, as a "strong man, a great firefighter, and a natural leader." He is survived by her and two little girls.
Billy Warneke, 25, and his wife, Roxanne, were expecting their first child in December.
Clayton Whitted, 28, loved his job and was well-respected amoung his crew.
Kevin Woyjeck, 21, considered the fire station his second home. He wanted to become a firefighter like his dad.
Garret Zuppiger, 27, loved to joke around.
The last photo of the Granite Mountain Hotshots taken by Andrew Ashcraft.