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Profiles Of The Victims: Manchester Workplace Shooting

  • William Ackerman, A No-Nonsense Man

    William Ackerman, A No-Nonsense Man

    Enfield Native, 51, Remembered As Tough, Yet Sensitive

  • Bryan Cirigliano, President Of Teamsters Local

    Bryan Cirigliano, President Of Teamsters Local

    Was With Alleged Gunman As His Union Rep

  • Francis Fazio, of Bristol, Made Effort To Warn Others

    Francis Fazio, Of Bristol, Made Effort To Warn Others

    They were picking their loads when the shooting started. The older drivers at Hartford Distributors, the guys with the most seniority, always picked their delivery routes first, before the younger drivers got to choose. The drivers would gather in a small room to talk before getting into their...

  • Victor James: Windsor Grandfather Had Planned To Retire

    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. James, 60, who was among those killed at the company Tuesday, had two adult daughters and four grandchildren. He owned a neat, white Colonial with a deck overlooking a large backyard...

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

    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. "He loved sports in general," his wife of 17 years, Katherine Kennison, said. Kennison, 49, was among those killed Tuesday at Hartford...

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