Stephan Lasiloo

1987–2009 (Age 21)
Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, United States

The Life of Stephan

Stephan Lasiloo was born on 24 October 1987, in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah, United States. He died on 25 July 2009, at the age of 21.

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World Events (3)

1988 · The Civil Liberties Act

Age 1

The Civil Liberties Act granted payment to Japanese Americans who had been wrongfully imprisoned during World War II.
1989 · Another Treaty of Paris

Age 2

An agreement made that involved the Spanish Empire to let go of Islands that were under their control Caribbean and the South Pacific. Including Cuba, Puerto Rico, Guam, and the Philippines. The Philippines were bought by the US for $20 million instead of giving them their own government. After the Treaty was put into place the United States became a world power.
1999 · Trax

Age 12

Projecting the increase of drivers on the road, the Utah Transit Authority came up with the idea to bring back the light rail into inner Salt Lake City. The first light rail Trax line ran from downtown Salt Lake City south to Sandy. It was completed in 1999 with a second line from downtown to the University of Utah was completed in 2001 and extended in 2003. The TRAX lines were renamed as colors instead of destinations in 2011 to not be partial to specific businesses or cities. After the north-south line opened in late 1999 with sixteen stations, ridership expectations were quickly met. The system was enthusiastically embraced by valley residents and communities soon began raising money for extensions into the communities. Today there are three lines sharing the streets from the University of Utah in the East to the Salt Lake international Airport in the West to the Daybreak community and Draper in the south.

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