Another victim of meaningless Highland Park parade shooting is local dedication A congregation of Jews mourning her loss on Monday night.
The victim, Jackie Sandheim, was remembered for her kindness and tireless dedication to the North Shore congregation Israel, Synagog said on its website. According to police, Sandheim was one of six people killed after a gunner fired from the roof during a parade on the outskirts of Chicago on July 4.
According to the statement, Sandheim has been a "lifetime" congregation and an "important" staff member for decades in the congregation.
"Jackie's work, kindness, and warmth have been ours since the early days of teaching at the kindergarten gate, through events and moments of joy and sadness in life as B'nei Mitzvah coordinator. I was impressed with all of us until we gave innumerable guidance in between. All of this has a constant dedication, "congregation said.
"There are not enough words to describe the depth of our sorrow for Jackie's death and sympathy for her family and her loved ones," said Reform Jewish. The congregation went on to say. "We know that you will participate in the deepest prayers that Jackie's soul will be trapped in the shelter of God's wings and their family will manage to find comfort and comfort in this endless sorrow.
Synagog left her husband Bruce and her daughter Leah. According to theIsraeli era mentioned.The congregation is located in Glencoe, a village adjacent to Highland Park.
The other victim of the parade shooting identified so far was Nicholas Toledofrom Mexico, who was an eight-year-old grandfather and father. Said the family.
Six people were fatally hit, but more than 20 were injured during the shooting.
Authorities detained Robert "Bobby" Klimo, 22,, as a person interested in mass shooting on Monday night.Police said at a press conference after his arrest that he believed he was responsible for the unpleasant violence.
With post wire