Profiles Of The Victims: Manchester Workplace Shooting

William Ackerman, A No-Nonsense Man

6:52 PM EDT, August 3, 2010

William Ackerman, A No-Nonsense Man

Friends describe William C. Ackerman as kind, but gruff.

Bryan Cirigliano, President Of Teamsters Local

7:48 PM EDT, August 3, 2010

Bryan Cirigliano, President Of Teamsters Local

About a dozen grim-faced people stood in the front yard of Bryan Cirigliano's home at 26 Sleepy Hollow Road in Newington, near the West Hartford town line, on Tuesday afternoon.

Francis Fazio, Of Bristol, Made Effort To Warn Others

12:48 AM EDT, August 5, 2010

Francis Fazio, of Bristol, Made Effort To Warn Others

They were picking their loads when the shooting started.

Victor James: Windsor Grandfather Had Planned To Retire

5:36 PM EDT, August 3, 2010

Victor James: Windsor Grandfather Had Planned To Retire

— After driving a truck for about 30 years, Victor James was planning to retire from Hartford Distributors this year.

Edwin Kennison's Great Loves: His Daughter, The Yankees

9:09 PM EDT, August 3, 2010

Edwin Kennison's Great Loves: His Daughter, The Yankees

Edwin Kennison Jr. was such a huge New York Yankees fan that he had two Yankee tattoos: the iconic "NY" on one arm and the team's World Series wins on his leg.

Craig Pepin, 60, Coach And Mentor

6:24 PM EDT, August 3, 2010

Craig Pepin, 60, Coach And Mentor

Each time Craig Pepin would stop by the South Windsor Parks and Recreation Department, he would poke his head into Ryan Kane's work space and say hello.

Douglas Scruton: 'A Blue-Collar Guy'

11:28 PM EDT, August 3, 2010

Douglas Scruton: 'A Blue-Collar Guy'

When Mikel O'Brien heard about the shooting at the building where her husband, Douglas A. Scruton, worked, she repeatedly, frantically called his cellphone. "I kept waiting and waiting for him to call back," she said. "But he never did."

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