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Here's what we know about the victims of the highland park parade shooting:

Rhoda Kwan

Rhoda Kwan is a Taipei-based journalist.

Caroline Radnofsky is a senior reporter on the London-based NBC News social news gathering team.

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Grandfather and devoted synagogue congregation were killed in a mass shootingat the July 4 paradeat Highland Park.I was among the 6 people. 28}, Illinois.

Five of the six killed were sentenced to death on the scene, and a sixth died in the hospital, said Lake County Coroner Jennifer Parker.

This is what we have ever known about shooting victims.

Jacki Sundheim

North Shore Congregation Sundheim, a lifelong member of Israel, was killed in a Monday attack, her nephew Luke told NBC News.

Glencoe's synagogue, 3.4 miles from Highland Park, issued a heartfelt statement reminiscent of the "continuous dedication" of a former kindergarten teacher who also worked at the synagogue. ..

Highland Park, Ill., shooting victim Jacki Sundheim.
Jacki Sundheim.Facebook

"Jackie's work, kindness, and warmth have been ours throughout the moments of life since the early days of teaching at the kindergarten gates. It impressed all of us until we gave countless guidance in between. Our event and the joys and sorrows of being the B'nei Mitzvah coordinator-all of which have a tireless dedication, "read the statement.

Nicolas Toledo

Toledo's son, Alejo Toledo, confirmed to NBC News that his father was a victim of the shooting.

Toledo, 78, initially didn't want to attend the parade, one of his granddaughters told The New York Times, but accompanied him full-time because of his disability. I attended when the shooting started because I had to.

"We were all shocked. I thought it was part of the parade," granddaughter Xochil Toledo told the newspaper. "I noticed that my grandfather was beaten. We saw blood and everything splattered on us."

Another family posted a message of sadness online. .. Toledo's granddaughter, Kimberly Langer, wrote in a Facebook post: "Tighten your family and thank you for every moment with her loved one."