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    Remembrance Ceremony Held for Women Killed in Yountville Shooting

    The community of Yountville is remembering the victims of the veteran’s Pathway Home shooting on the one year anniversary. A former Pathway Home client opened fire killing three women, before shooting himself.

    (Published Saturday, March 9, 2019)

    The town of Yountville is holding a community remembrance Saturday for the three clinical staff workers of The Pathway Home veterans mental health treatment center who were killed by a former client a year ago.

    Executive Director Christine Loeber, 48, Jennifer Gray Golick, 42, a clinical director, and Jennifer K. Gonzales Shushereba, 32, a clinical psychologist and her unborn daughter were killed by Albert Wong, 36, of Sacramento, a former Pathway Home client.

    Wong shot the women with a rifle in Madison Hall of the Pathway Home at the Veterans Home of California in Yountville on March 9, 2018. Wong then shot himself in the head and died.

    Shushereba's unborn daughter also died from a lack of oxygen caused by her mother's death.

    Celebration of Life Honors Women Killed at Veterans Home

    [BAY] Celebration of Life Honors Women Killed at Veterans Home

    Family, friends, loved ones and community members gathered in Yountville Monday evening to remember the victims killed earlier this month during a daylong siege at the country's largest veterans home. Cheryl Hurd reports.

    (Published Monday, March 19, 2018)

    The remembrance ceremony is at noon Saturday at Veterans Memorial Park, 6465 Washington St. in Yountville. The event is public, and Pathway Home officials will make brief remarks.

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