The Victims of Sebring Bank Shooting: 4 Employees, 1 Customer Killed
By Aaron Mesmer, FOX 13 // January 29, 2019
Bank employee Marisol Lopez, 55, leaves behind her husband and two children
ABOVE VIDEO: We’re learning more about the five women killed by a lone gunman in a SunTrust bank in Sebring, Florida, last Wednesday.
(FOX 13) – We’re learning more about the five women killed by a lone gunman in a SunTrust bank in Sebring, Florida, last Wednesday.
Marisol Lopez, Jessica Eileen Noreen Montague, and Ana Piñon-Williams were working at the SunTrust branch on U.S. 27 when a 21-year-old opened fire. Banking customer Cynthia Watson was also named as a victim in the attack.
The family of the fifth victim, who was also a bank employee, has asked that her name not be released.
Piñon-Williams’ brother-in-law made a public statement on behalf of the family at a press conference Thursday. He said the mother of seven was devoted to her family and her faith, “truly a light in this world.”
“Loving her was easy. Living without her will be hard. Our Family will not only survive, but we will thrive,” Tim Williams said.
Bank employee Marisol Lopez, 55, leaves behind her husband and two children. Her Facebook profile picture shows her smiling with a loved one. That smile is how longtime neighbor Gil Osborne says he will remember her.
“She had the best personality, always friendly, always smiling and always generous,” neighbor Gil Osborne told FOX 13 News.
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