Funeral arrangements set for 21-year-old Aurora mass shooting victim

Funeral arrangements set for 21-year-old Aurora mass shooting victim

Funeral arrangements set for 21-year-old Aurora mass shooting victim

The Aurora business where five people were shot to death last week will open its doors to employees Monday.

Authorities said Martin brought a pistol to his termination meeting at the plant and started shooting when he found out he'd been fired. Pinkard's wife, Terra, said that her husband sent her a final text just before succumbing to his gunshot wounds.

For Terra Pinkard, the nightmare began with an ominous text from her husband: "I love you, I've been shot at work". His wife, Abby Parks, wrote on Facebook Saturday morning, "Every time I've closed my eyes over the last twelve hours, I've opened them hoping to wake from a bad dream, but that's not the case".

Terra tried to call and FaceTime her husband several times, but to no avail. Her husband, the plant manager, graduated from Mississippi State and had moved to Aurora recently, police said.

Aurora Mayor Richard C. Irvin told the vigil crowd that the city's residents feel for the victims' families "with all our hearts".

"The smartest person I've ever met!" she wrote.

Martin had purchased the murder weapon, a.40-caliber Smith & Wesson handgun with a laser sight, in March 2014 from a local gun dealer, Aurora Police Chief Kristen Ziman told reporters on Saturday. "He read my husband's name".

"The fact remains that some disgruntled person walked in and had access to a firearm that he shouldn't have had access to", she said at the news conference.

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"I told my children their dad did not make it and is in heaven with Jesus".

On Friday, she learned of a workplace shooting that claimed multiple lives not far from NIU's campus in a manufacturing plant in Aurora.

She wrote that she can not talk about her husband without breaking down in sobs.

"Things that mattered yesterday do not matter today". I literally can't talk out loud about this lovely man without breaking down in sobs.

"I'm crying now as I write this", she writes. Please remember us in the coming days, months, and years. Please pray that somehow I can put that one foot in front of the other. A GoFundMe page has been set up to support their loved ones. At the time of print, $13,000 had been raised.

A visitation is scheduled for 2-7 p.m. with a funeral service at 7 the Gabel-Dunn Funeral Home Ltd., 333 W. Church St., Sheridan. These were the five men gunned down by a coworker Friday at the Henry Pratt Aurora, Ill. An intern on his first day at work.

The 32-year-old from Elgin, about 20 miles (32 kilometres) north of Aurora, had joined Henry Pratt in November 2018 as HR manager responsible for operations in Aurora, Illinois; Hammond, Indiana; and Denver, the company said.

Neighbour Julie Zigman called Juarez "the patriarch of the family" and said "everyone looked to him."Neighbour Joven Ang said anytime he was working outside Juarez asked him if he needed help".

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