Jersey City Shooting: Victims Identified As Pioneering Mother, Food Drive Organizer
Rabbi David Niederman said the victims had lived or currently live in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Among those killed were Mindel Ferencz, a wife and mother of five.© Provided by CBS New YorkTHE INVESTIGATION:Mayor Says Jewish Market Was Targeted In Deadly Standoff“Mindel Ferencz, may she rest in peace, was a pioneer. She and her husband were from the first people who moved to Jersey City, who could not afford a home for their growing family and figured, ‘let’s go to places where it’s cheaper, and I’ll make an example and go there.
NEW YORK (1010 WINS) -- Two of the victims of the Jersey City shooting were laid to rest on Wednesday night.
Thousands of mourners took to the streets of Brooklyn and Jersey City late Wednesday for the funerals of Mindel Ferencz, 31, and 24-year-old Moshe Deutsch, who were killed in the kosher store shooting . The funeral service was held at the Satmar Beit Midrash in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
Thousands of mourners showed up in Brooklyn and New Jersey Wednesday night for the funerals of two of ‘Stop the hate’: Thousands attend funerals for victims of Jersey City shooting . Following Ferencz’s service , which was performed in Yiddish, her body — in a plain wood coffin shrouded in
Memebers of the Jewish Orthodox community mourned the death of 33-year-old Mindy Ferencz, who owned the JC Kosher Market where the shooting took place, and Moshe Deutsch, a rabbinical student and volunteer.
Services for Ferencz were held at Satmar Shul in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn before she was taken to Khal Adas Greenville in Jersey City for a second service.
Deutsch's funeral services were held after Ferencz at the same shul in Brooklyn.
After his funeral service, hundreds of men wearing traditional Jewish Orthodox suits and hats flooded the streets of Brooklyn, gathering around Deutsch's casket.
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Orthodox community holds funerals for Jersey City shooting victims . Thousands of mourners gathered in Jersey City and in Williamsburg to mourn the deaths of Moshe Deutsch and Mindel Ferencz, two of the victims of Tuesday's shooting at a kosher grocery in Jersey City .
Her funeral will be in Jersey City . Ferencz was killed Tuesday in the shooting inside a Jersey City Jersey City Mayor Steve Fulop called the shooting a hate crime during a Wednesday afternoon press conference. The crowd of mourners filled the street, pouring over onto the sidewalk and up stoops.
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Both victims will be buried in Orange County, New York.
There was heavy police presence seen on the streets during the procession.
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Funeral services for Detective Joseph Seals, the officer killed in the shooting are set for Tuesday.
Grieving officers gather at funeral for slain Jersey City detective .
Det. Joseph Seals, a married father of five, was the first person to be killed in the Dec. 10 gun battle.Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop said police departments from surrounding towns have offered to help patrol Jersey City on Tuesday so Det. Joseph Seals' colleagues can attend his funeral.