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Yountville Shooting Victims' Families Break Their Silence

The families of two of the victims killed in Friday’s hostage standoff at a Yountville veterans home broke their silence Monday. Dr. Jennifer Golick’s heartbroken mother and husband shared their grief over losing their loved one at the hands of a veteran Golick and others had been trying to help. Vet in California Attack Had Trouble After Return From War Lani Gray, Golick’s mother, said she feels sadness throughout her entire body. "I woke up yesterday morning crying in my sleep, and when I got up, I was still crying," Gray said. "I’m still crying inside and will be forever." Guardians of Yountville Gunman Say He Sought Their Help Golick's husband Marc said she was a beloved mother, sister, daughter and friend. "She is missed terribly," he said. Teen Driver Arrested After Hitting Pedestrians in Santa Rosa Jennifer Gonzales’s family said they too are struggling to keep it together. Not only did they lose Gonzales, but they lost another family member as the 32-year-old was seven months pregnant. "We had so much ahead of us," Gonzales's husband, TJ Shushereba, said. "We were expecting our first child in June." He added that Gonzales had a huge heart and a passion for life. "Talk about Haley’s Comet, she was the light that brightened up the room, every time she walked into a room," he said. "Steals my heart every day." Shushereba and Gonzales's father, Mike Gonzales, say they choose not to be angry. Instead they want to spread awareness to the needs of veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress. "While we deeply hate the actions of Albert Wong, I think Jennifer would want us not to hate the person, but would want us to be understanding," he said. "This man had a problem and was sick."

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