Shooting Victims Remembered

Friends and family remember the victims of Tuesday's workplace shooting in Manchester.

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Employees of Hartford Distributors, from the left, Jennifer Lachapelle, of South Windsor, Marissa Busiere, of Enfield, and Jennifer Wood, of Tolland, support one another before the start of a news conference at a union hall, in South Windsor, Thursday, Aug. 5, 2010. Eight people were killed Tuesday when Omar Thornton opened fire after a disciplinary hearing at the beer distributorship in Manchester, Conn., before killing himself.
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Dunn Funeral Home
Francis J. Fazio Sr., 57, of Bristol, was killed at Hartford Disrributors. Francis J. Fazio Sr., 57, of 264 Wolcott St., Bristol,
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This undated photo provided by Kevin Pepin shows Craig Pepin, one of eight people killed on Tuesday, Aug. 3, 2010, when Omar Thornton opened fire after a disciplinary hearing at a beverage distributorship where he worked in Manchester, Conn. Craig was a three sport athlete at Bolton High School. He then attended the University of Bridgeport where he was the goalie on the soccer team. He coached soccer, baseball and basketball for 25 years, refereed high school soccer and basketball and was an avid fan of the Mets and UConn Basketball.
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This undated photo provided by Michael Cirigliano, shows Bryan Cirigliano, who was killed on Tuesday, Aug. 3, He was the President of Union Local 1035. Donations in Bryan’s memory may be made to the Bryan Cirigliano Memorial Foundation, c/o Lindsay and Megan, 26 Sleepy Hollow Road, Newington, CT 06111. The foundation will sponsor girls’ softball and little league tournaments in Newington
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This undated photo provided by Mark McCorrison shows Edwin Kennison, 49, of East Hartford. He was an avid sportsman having been a huge fan of the N.Y. Yankees and a fan of the Dallas Cowboys and Syracuse University athletic teams
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The casket containing Louis Felder is carefully wheeled towards the Congregation Agudath Sholom before the funeral Wednesday, Aug. 4, 2010, in Stamford. Felder was one of eight people killed on Tuesday.
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Two women embrace prior to a memorial service for shooting victims from Tuesday's beer distribution plant at St. Margaret Mary Church in South Windsor, Conn., Wednesday, Aug. 4, 2010.
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Carmon Windsor Funeral Home
Victor James, 60, of Windsor leaves his mother, Gloria (Perry) Wilson, his daughters, Darlene Napolitano and her husband Tony of East Hampton; Denise Mikalonis and her husband Jason of Colchester; a brother, Robert James of Windsor; as well as four grandchildren, Savanna and Anthony Napolitano, and Sydney and Peyton Mikalonis. Donations in his memory may be made to Connecticut Children’s Medical Center Foundation, Inc., 282 Washington St., Hartford, CT 06106.
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Terrie Thomas, of South Windsor, lights a candle for each victim killed outside of Hartford Distributors in Manchester, on Wednesday, Aug. 4, 2010. Omar S. Thornton, a driver for Hartford Distributors, killed eight people, plus himself at the beer distribution company in Connecticut on Tuesday morning.
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Victor James, 60, of Windsor leaves his mother, Gloria (Perry) Wilson, his daughters, Darlene Napolitano and her husband Tony of East Hampton; Denise Mikalonis and her husband Jason of Colchester; a brother, Robert James of Windsor; as well as four grandchildren, Savanna and Anthony Napolitano, and Sydney and Peyton Mikalonis. Donations in his memory may be made to Connecticut Children’s Medical Center Foundation, Inc., 282 Washington St., Hartford, CT 06106.
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Jerome Rosenstein, 77, of West Hartford, was injured in the shootings. He has been hospitalized in serious condition.
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