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World Waukesha parade aftermath: Hundreds mourn victims Virginia 'Ginny' Sorenson and Jane Kulich

03:00  05 december  2021
03:00  05 december  2021 Source:   foxnews.com

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Published 14 mins ago. Waukesha parade aftermath : Hundreds mourn victims Virginia ' Ginny ' Sorenson and Jane Kulich . Bridge Church hosted a celebration of life service for Kulich , 52, followed by a memorial gathering. Kulich 's loved ones spoke to a crowded and tearful Bridge Church room, with flowers lining the front. Photos of Kulich played on a slideshow to her favorite worship songs. The celebration of life ended with the room singing along to Kulich 's favorite Christmas song, Silent Night, as the words played across the screen.

Virginia Sorenson , Leanna Owen, Tamara Durand, Wilhelm Hospel and Jane Kulich were killed A registered nurse, Ginny Sorenson still worked part-time in medical records. She used the extra 'It is astonishing': More than million raised so far for victims of the Waukesha Christmas Parade tragedy.

Hundreds paid their respects for Jane Kulich and Virginia "Ginny" Sorenson, two of the six victims tragically killed in the Christmas parade tragedy, as their memorial services were held Saturday.

Bridge Church hosted a celebration of life service for Kulich, 52, followed by a memorial gathering. Kulich's loved ones spoke to a crowded and tearful Bridge Church room, with flowers lining the front. Photos of Kulich played on a slideshow to her favorite worship songs. The celebration of life ended with the room singing along to Kulich's favorite Christmas song, Silent Night, as the words played across the screen.

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Vigil Held in Waukesha to Mourn Victims . Community members prayed and held a candlelight vigil a block from where several people were killed during a parade in Wisconsin on Sunday. At the end of the vigil, organizers read the names of those who lost their lives. Virginia Sorenson , 79, LeAnna Owen, 71, and Tamara Durand, 52, were all members of the Dancing Grannies. Dan Thompson, the Waukesha police chief, identified the other adults killed as Jane Kulich , 52, and Wilhelm Hospel, 81.

Waukesha police identified the fatal victims as Dancing Grannies Virginia ' Ginny ' Sorenson , 79; Leana 'Lee' Owen, 71; and Tamara Durand, 52; and 82-year-old Wilhelm Hospel, the husband of one of the Grannies. Citizen Bank employee Jane Kulich , 52, was also identified as one of the fatalities. She was representing Citizens Bank in the parade procession when she was stuck and killed, according to her daughter. Durand last Facebook post which she made just hours before the deadly events of Sunday night show her smiling and holding her pompoms while dressed in a winter coat and hat.

Kulich was a beloved wife, loving mother, cherished grandmother, dear sister, and adored aunt, further survived by other loved relatives and many friends, according to an obituary posted online.

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At Hales Corners Lutheran Church, a crowd streamed in for Sorenson's memorial gathering. Sorenson was a loving wife, beloved mother, proud ‘Grammy,' and dear sister, according to an obituary shared online. Three tables were filled with photos of Sorenson, alongside flowers, as well as seed packets guests could take to plant as Sorenson had a passion for gardening.

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Vigil Held in Waukesha to Mourn Victims . Community members prayed and held a candlelight vigil a block from where several people were killed during a parade in Wisconsin on Sunday. And dozens more people are injured, including at least 10 children in intensive care. Virginia Sorenson , 79, LeAnna Owen, 71, and Tamara Durand, 52, were all members of the Dancing Grannies. Dan Thompson, the Waukesha police chief, identified the other adults killed as Jane Kulich , 52, and Wilhelm Hospel, 81.

Virginia “ Ginny ” Sorenson has been described as the “heart” of the team, leading choreography and dance instructions despite her bad back and bad hip. “What did she like about it? Everything,” David Sorenson , Virginia ’s husband of 56 years, told the outlet. “She liked the instructing. “The world is a much darker place without a woman like this in the world,” a GoFundMe page started by Kulich ’s family reads. Prior to her work with Citizens Bank, Kulich “was a caregiver for Visiting Angels, worked as server at Dave’s Family restaurant for nearly four years and worked as a production assistant at

She worked in the healthcare field and "her greatest joy was dancing, especially with her best friends in the Dancing Grannies." At the memorial gathering, some came dressed in their Milwaukee Dancing Grannies sweaters that said "In loving memory of Ginny, Lee, Tamara, and Bill…Keep on dancing" on the back.

"Family was everything" to Sorenson, and she also "adored carrying for furry friends." In lieu of flowers, contributions were appreciated for Operation Bring Animals Home.

The four other victims have been identified as Tamara Durand, 52; LeAnna Owen, 71; Wilhelm Hospel, 81; and Jackson Sparks, 8. Another 62 people were injured.

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