Honoring the 19 firefighters that lost their lives

  • Carianne Sarvar, left, and Kathy Stapp, look over a makeshift memorial at the fire station Monday, July 1, 2013, in Prescott, Ariz., where an elite team of firefighters was based. Nineteen of the 20 members of the team were killed Sunday when a wildfire suddenly swept toward them in Yarnell, Ariz. Sarvar said her child attends the same daycare as one of the children of the fallen firefighters. PATRICK BREEN / THE ARIZONA REPUBLIC

  • Travis Johnson stands near a memorial outside of the Granite Mountain Hotshot fire station in Prescott, Arizona July 1, 2013. Reinforcements poured in Monday to battle a runaway wildfire which quadrupled in size overnight after killing 19 firefighters in one of the worst such incidents in US history. The Yarnell Hill fire -- which killed all but one member of a 20-strong "hotshot" team -- was the biggest loss of firefighters' lives since the September 11 attacks, and the most from a US wildfire in 80 years. KRISTA KENNELL / AFP/Getty Images

  • A photo of one of the 19 Granite Mountain Hot Shot crew members who was killed fighting a wild land fire near Yarnell, Ariz. on Sunday, sits at a makeshift memorial outside the crew's fire station, Monday, July 1, 2013 in Prescott, Ariz. An out-of-control blaze overtook the elite group of firefighters trained to battle the fiercest wildfires, killing 19 members as they tried to protect themselves from the flames under fire-resistant shields. The disaster Sunday afternoon all but wiped out the 20-member Hotshot fire crew leaving the city's fire department reeling. Julie Jacobson / AP

  • Toby Schultz pauses after laying flowers at the gate of the Granite Mountain Hot Shot Crew fire station, Monday, July 1, 2013, in Prescott, Ariz. An out-of-control blaze overtook the elite group of firefighters trained to battle the fiercest wildfires, killing 19 members as they tried to protect themselves from the flames under fire-resistant shields. The disaster Sunday afternoon all but wiped out the 20-member Hotshot fire crew leaving the city's fire department reeling. JULIE JACOBSON / AP

  • Angela Clark, left, her daughter Chloe, middle, and Theresa Winquest visit a makeshift memorial at the fire station Monday, July 1, 2013, in Prescott, Ariz., where an elite team of firefighters was based. Nineteen of the 20 members of the team were killed Sunday when a wildfire suddenly swept toward them in Yarnell, Ariz. PATRICK BREEN / THE ARIZONA REPUBLIC

  • Signs are displayed at a makeshift memorial at the fire station Monday, July 1, 2013, in Prescott, Ariz., where an elite team of firefighters was based. Nineteen of the 20 members of the team were killed Sunday when a wildfire suddenly swept toward them in Yarnell, Ariz. PATRICK BREEN / THE ARIZONA REPUBLIC

  • US flags hang outside of the Granite Mountain Hotshot fire station in Prescott, Arizona July 1, 2013. Reinforcements poured in Monday to battle a runaway wildfire which quadrupled in size overnight after killing 19 firefighters in one of the worst such incidents in US history. The Yarnell Hill fire -- which killed all but one member of a 20-strong "hotshot" team -- was the biggest loss of firefighters' lives since the September 11 attacks, and the most from a US wildfire in 80 years. KRISTA KENNELL / AFP/Getty Images

  • Signs are displayed at a makeshift memorial at the fire station Monday, July 1, 2013, in Prescott, Ariz., where an elite team of firefighters was based. Nineteen of the 20 members of the team were killed Sunday when a wildfire suddenly swept toward them in Yarnell, Ariz. PATRICK BREEN / THE ARIZONA REPUBLIC

  • In a photo provided by the Rio Grande National Forest, firefighting personnel at the West Fork Complex Incident Command in Del Norte, Colo., observe a moment of silence early Monday morning, July 1, 2013, for fellow firefighters killed Sunday fighting a wildfire in Yarnell, Ariz. The out-of-control blaze killed 19 firefighters, nearly all of them members of an elite crew of "hotshots," authorities said Monday. It was the nation's biggest loss of firefighters in a wildfire in 80 years. ANDY LYON / RIO GRANDE NATIONAL FOREST, WEST FORK COMPLEX Via AP

  • Unidentified members of the Granite Mountain Interagency Hotshot Crew from Prescott, Ariz., pose together in this undated photo provided by the City of Prescott. Some of the men in this photograph were among the 19 firefighters killed while battling an out-of-control wildfire near Yarnell, Ariz., on Sunday, June 30, 2013, according to Prescott Fire Chief Dan Fraijo. It was the nation's biggest loss of firefighters in a wildfire in 80 years. CITY OF PRESCOTT / AP

  • Adam Higgins, left, and his brother Noah place flowers at a makeshift memorial at the fire station Monday, July 1, 2013, in Prescott, Ariz., where an elite team of firefighters was based. Nineteen of the 20 members of the team were killed Sunday when a wildfire suddenly swept toward them in Yarnell, Ariz. PATRICK BREEN / THE ARIZONA REPUBLIC

  • Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer pauses while speaking during a news conference, Monday, July 1, 2013, in Prescott, Ariz. Brewer signed an order declaring a state of emergency in Yavapai County due to a wildfire that overtook a firefighting crew and killed 19 people. JULIE JACOBSON / AP

  • Brian Guffey, from Paulden, Ariz., pauses near flags commemorating 19 Granite Mountain Hotshots outside of a memorial gathering in Prescott, Ariz., Monday, July 1, 2013. The team of firefighters were killed while battling an out-of-control wildfire near Yarnell, Ariz., on Sunday. CHRIS CARLSON / AP

  • Duane Oliver of Prescott Valley hugs his son, Conner Oliver, 2, by a memorial for the fallen firefighters in front of Prescott Fire Station #7 on Monday, July 1, 2013. Nineteen firefighters have died in the Yarnell Hill Fire that has ripped through half of the town and sent residents to Prescott for safety. DAVID WALLACE / THE ARIZONA REPUBLIC

  • A procession carrying the bodies of the firefighters who died Sunday fighting the Yarnell Hill Fire heads down Grand Ave. toward the Maricopa County Medical Examiner's office on Monday, July 1, 2013. Nineteen firefighters have died in the Yarnell Hill Fire that has ripped through half of the town and sent residents to Prescott for safety. MARK HENLE / THE ARIZONA REPUBLIC

  • Juliann Ashcraft, of Prescott, the wife of Andrew Ashcraft, who was killed battling the Yarnell Hill Fire hugs Andrew's father, Tom Ashcraft of Prescott in front of Prescott Fire Station #7 on Monday, July 1, 2013. Nineteen firefighters have died in the Yarnell Hill Fire that has ripped through half of the town and sent residents to Prescott for safety. DAVID WALLACE / THE ARIZONA REPUBLIC