Aaliyah Gonzalez, an 18-year-old Glen Burnie High School graduate, was one of the victims killed in a mass shooting in South Baltimore on Sunday, July 3rd. Her family described Gonzalez as a talented artist and a devoted big sister.
Gonzalez had recently graduated from Glen Burnie High School, where she was an honor roll student and a member of the school’s art club. She had planned to attend college in the fall to pursue a degree in art.
Gonzalez was one of four people killed in the shooting, which took place in the Brooklyn neighborhood of Baltimore. Police are still investigating the incident and have not identified a suspect or a motive.
Gonzalez’s family and friends have been left devastated by her death. “Aaliyah was the light of our family,” said her brother, Carlos Gonzalez. “She was always there for us, and she had a talent for making everyone around her feel loved and appreciated.”
Gonzalez’s death has also affected the Glen Burnie High School community. “The loss of Aaliyah Gonzalez deeply saddens us,” said Glen Burnie High School Principal Vickie Plitt. “She was a talented artist and a dedicated student, and our school community will greatly miss her.”
The death of Aaliyah Gonzalez in the Baltimore mass shooting is a tragic loss for her family, friends, and the Glen Burnie High School community. Gonzalez was a talented artist and a devoted big sister, and her death left a hole in the lives of those who knew and loved her. The investigation into the shooting is ongoing, and authorities are urging anyone with information to come forward.