The Minneapolis business where a fired employee killed six others and himself Sept. 27 will continue.
That was the word Monday from family members of Accent Signage founder and owner Reuven Rahamim, the Star Tribune reported, in spite of the deaths:
"Their loss has taken a tremendous toll on our company and had an unimaginable impact on our families," [Shereen Rahamim, wife of Reuvan Rahamim] said. "We take great comfort in the community's support during this troubled time. A fund established at Wells Fargo bank by the Bryn Mawr Neighborhood Association will help the victims' families. ... We would encourage people to donate to that fund and other similar victims' funds."
A deal with an Eden Prairie firm, GreenMark Enterprises, remains in place, the Star Tribune said.
Additional coverage of the Accent Signage Systems shooting:
St. Louis Park Patch
- READ: 911 Transcript from Mpls. Shooting That Killed St. Louis Park Man, Oct. 16
- Rabbi, Daughter Remember SLP Shooting Victim (AUDIO), Oct. 1
- Police Release Detailed Timeline for Minneapolis Workplace Shooting, Oct. 1
- Funeral Escort Injured in Crash, Oct. 1
- Rahamim Was 'Wonderful, Kind and Always Cheerful', Oct. 1
- Mayor Rybak Praises Rahamim, Says He Was a 'Tremendous Leader', Sept. 28
- Beth El Remembers Congregant Killed in Minneapolis Shooting, Sept. 28
- Shooting Victim From SLP Was a 'Beloved Husband, Father, Grandfather', Sept. 28