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Wisconsin lawmakers honor victim’s of Milwaukee shooting

The Molson Coors campus was quiet Thursday, a day after five workers were shot by a co-worker who then killed himself. WKOW photo
The Molson Coors campus was quiet Thursday, a day after five workers were shot by a co-worker who then killed himself. WKOW photo

(WKOW) -- Wisconsin's congressional delegation honored the victims of the shooting at Molson Coors on the house floor today.

Milwaukee is in Congresswoman Gwen Moore's district.

She says she had known one of the victims, Gene Levshetz, since 1992.

"I was so inspired by his story of having immigrated from the former Soviet Union to Mequon in the early 1990's. He worked like a dog. and Gene will be remembered for being the best husband, the best dad and the best grandfather and I can attest to that," Moore said.

After Moore read the names of the five people who were killed, the house observed a moment of silence.

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