Annapolis remembers three fathers killed in shooting with Father’s Day vigil: ‘What happened here wasn’t just’

Annapolis, Maryland, held a Father’s Day vigil on Sunday to remember the three fathers killed in a shooting over a parking dispute. The event was a sad reminder of the senseless violence that has affected the community and left many families grieving.


The vigil included photographs of the three fathers, displayed in frames and on t-shirts. Their names and stories of sacrifice were shared, and those in attendance were encouraged to reflect on the tragedy’s impact on their lives and the community as a whole.

The shooting occurred on June 12, when a man opened fire on his neighbors during an argument over parking. Three men were killed, including a father and son, and three others were injured.

The incident has left many in Annapolis shaken and searching for answers. The vigil was an opportunity for the community to come together and mourn the loss of three beloved fathers while also calling for an end to the violence that has plagued the area.

“What happened here wasn’t just,” said Annapolis Mayor Gavin Buckley during the vigil. “It was an act of senseless violence that has left our community heartbroken. We must come together to support the families of those who were lost and work to prevent tragedies like this from happening in the future.”

The vigil was attended by many residents, as well as city officials and community leaders. It was a powerful reminder of the resilience of the human spirit and the importance of coming together in times of tragedy.

As the community continues to heal and move forward, many are calling for greater efforts to address the root causes of violence and promote peace. The Father’s Day vigil was a step in that direction, as Annapolis continues to remember the lost three fathers and work towards a brighter future for all.

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