Determined to be a devoted Jewish congregant Jacki Sundheim, the second victim at Highland Park
A further casualty of the tragic Highland Park march killing has been named as a committed member of the community’s Jewish community, which held a memorial service for her Monday night.
According to the reports, Jacki Sundheim, the victim, was recognized for her generosity and persistent commitment. Police reported that Sundheim was one of six victims slain after a shooter started firing from a terrace throughout a Fourth of July parade in the Suburban town.
“From her early days teaching at the Gates of Learning Preschool to her role as our Events and B’nei Mitzvah Coordinator, Jacki’s work, generosity, and warmth touched us all. All of this was done with relentless dedication,”
“There are no words sufficient to express the depth of our grief for Jacki’s death and sympathy for her family and loved ones. We know you join us in the deepest prayer that Jacki’s soul will be bound up in the shelter of God’s wings and their family will somehow find comfort and consolation amidst this boundless grief.”
The federal cabinet of Israel claimed to have learned about Jewish casualties. A wealthy neighborhood located is called Highland Park. It has at least Jewish residents, most of whom are Israelis.
The sixth victim, who was brought to a hospital and died there, was not identified by Lake County Coroner Jennifer Banek, who stated that five of the victims who died during the march were adults. According to reports, there are many who are slain as a citizen of Mexico.
“Toledo’s granddaughter Xochil Toledo expressed her amazement and upset, saying, We’re terribly upset. It simply seems to be a frightening dream.”
Following the day of the investigation, the police detained a suspect.
At a news conference, the spokesperson stated: “It is said that a celebration of America was torn apart by our distinctively American plague.”
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