Family Mourns Man Killed by Disgruntled Employee

Funeral service planned for all three victims.

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    The family of slain officer worker Brian Pugh mourned his loss Monday.

    The families of three people who were killed last Friday at a Santa Clara office have announced funeral plans.

    Also Tuesday, Santa Clara County prosecutors were expected to file charges against Jing Hua Wu, 47, who they say is the gunman.

    Wu was fired the morning of the shooting.  He had been a test engineer at SiPort.

    Wu allegedly returned to the firm's office on Scott Boulevard Friday afternoon and shot and killed CEO Sid Agrawal, VP of operations Brian Pugh and HR manager Marilyn Lewis.

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    The wife of a man who was killed by a disgruntled worker spoke out Monday.

    Wu was arrested over the weekend in Mountain View.

    The family of Brian Pugh says they still a lot of unanswered questions. 

    Brian Pugh had been with SiPort for about a year and a half.

    Pugh's family said he was also a devout family man and a man of faith who often helped the homeless and less fortunate.

    Just hours after the deadly shooting on Scott Boulevard in Santa Clara, his wife Carol says she got the knock on the door everyone fears.

    "The police came personally to tell me what I had suspected," she said. "Amazingly difficult."

    Almost as difficult, she says, as telling her kids.

    "I hope that's the hardest thing I ever have to do in my life," she said. "They are so little. I think it's a tragedy they won't experience what a wonderful person their dad was."

    Police say Wu walked into the SiPort Company,  and began firing, allegedly at the victims he targeted.

    "I love my son very dearly," said Pugh's mother, Joan. "He'll be missed so much."

    Pugh's mother, widow, and sister leaned on each other Monday afternoon, heartbroken by their tragedy. A tragedy that leaves them with few answers.

    "This is horrific," his daughter Robin said. "Maybe we shouldn't allow people to have handguns. No one knew there was a problem, and that' shouldn't be."

    Pugh's funeral will be held at 1 p.m. Friday at Los Altos United Methodist Church.

    Agrawal's funeral will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday at the Lima Family Milpitas-Fremont Mortuary in Fremont.

    A memorial service for Lewis will be held at 1 p.m. Thursday at Chapel of the Roses, Oak Hill Funeral Home and Memorial Park in San Jose.