Borderline victim memorialized in Thousand Oaks: ‘It takes a village to say goodbye’

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In his memory, many attendees wore red and black flannel, including Steve Campbell, a close friend of Orfanos who had been inside Borderline the night of the shooting. Orfanos had worn his red flannel so often that Campbell stopped wearing his, he said with a smile. That night, Campbell also wore Orfanos’ gray Kings hat, given to him by Marc Orfanos, Telemachus’ father.



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