A long-time senior staffer at a Chicago-area synagogue and a Mexican grandfather visiting his family were the first two victims identified on Monday after a gunman killed at least six people at an Independence Day parade in suburban Chicago.

On Monday night, North Shore Congregation Israel in neighboring Glencoe announced that a congregant who also worked on the synagogue’s staff was among the victims. Jacki Sundheim, a'h, was the Reform synagogue’s events and b’nei mitzvah coordinator, according to its website.

“Jacki was a lifelong congregant of NSCI and a cherished member of NSCI’s staff team for decades,” the synagogue said in an email to congregants.” Jacki’s work, kindness and warmth touched us all.”

The synagogue said she was survived by her husband Bruce and daughter Leah.... Read More: Times of Israel