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Homicide victims remembered at ceremony

The annual Ceremony of Remembrance of Homicide Victims was held at noon in the Central Park Rose Garden on Wednesday. Right to left, Ellen Moore and her daughter Deb Drennon (family of victim: Christopher Drennon) read all the victims names out loud, while Robert Conary, father of murder victim Brett Wentworth, bows his head in thought.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
The annual Ceremony of Remembrance of Homicide Victims was held at noon in the Central Park Rose Garden on Wednesday. Right to left, Ellen Moore and her daughter Deb Drennon (family of victim: Christopher Drennon) read all the victims names out loud, while Robert Conary, father of murder victim Brett Wentworth, bows his head in thought.
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The Rev. Robert Longobucco called for courage Wednesday as he gave the invocation at the annual Ceremony of Remembrance of Homicide Victims in the Central Park Rose Garden. “Give us the courage to never allow our loved ones to be defined by the evil that ended their mortal life, but caress our memory with a vision of their smile, the jolt of their laughter, the warmth of their love,” said Longobucco, pastor at St. Kateri ...


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