This Friday will be the day when Geraldine Talley, Andre Mackniel, and Margus Morrison are laid to rest.
Pastries that have been hand-crafted by a well-known mother and sister in the neighborhood. The birthday cake for his son, who is three years old. A father of six who works as a school bus assistant.
On Friday, the funerals for three people who were slain in a racist attack on a store in Buffalo will take place, capping off a week of farewells for friends and family of the victims.
Andre Macknel of Auburn, Geraldine Talley of Buffalo, and Margus Morrison of Buffalo, all of whom passed away earlier this month, will each have a funeral service held in their honor.
At a Tops Friendly Market on the afternoon of May 14, a White shooter opened fire on customers and personnel, resulting in the deaths of 10 people and injuries to three more. According to the police, they suspect that he chose the grocery store as his target because of the significant number of people of African-American descent who live in the neighborhood.