Victims of Massachusetts Shooting
The Associated Press
Dec. 28, 2000
Sketches of the seven people gunned down in their office at Edgewater Technology Inc. in Wakefield, Mass.:
JENNIFER BRAGG CAPOBIANCO: 29, lived in Boston's Brighton neighborhood and had returned to Edgewater just before Christmas after having a baby girl, Eve. The Rev. Michael Steele said he witnessed her marriage to Jeff Capobianco, a Boston emergency medical technician, in 1998. She worked in company's marketing department.
JANICE HAGERTY: 46, office manager. With staff on vacation, she was filling in for the receptionist when she was killed. A neighbor said she had moved to her suburban residence in Stoneham, north of Boston, about 1 1/2 years ago.
LOUIS JAVELLE: 58, had three sons and a daughter. Michael Gentile, Javelle's neighbor in Nashua, N.H., said Javelle's wife died several years ago. He described Javelle as a ``very religious'' man who mostly kept to himself. Javelle was Edgewater's director of consulting.
ROSE MANFREDI: slain a day before what would have been her 49th birthday. Accountant who worked in payroll department. Resident of Lexington.
PAUL MARCEAU: 36, of Melrose, north of Boston. He was a development technician for Edgewater. He was divorced and had two daughters, ages 8 and 10. Marceau's family said he was a ``genuine, unselfish spirit'' who enjoyed cycling and photography and was a dedicated family man.
CHERYL TROY: 50, became vice president for human resources in 1998. Single. Her sister said she was animal lover with three cats and enjoyed spending time with her many nieces and nephews. Previously worked for the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority. Born on the Fourth of July, her parents called her ``Firecracker Baby.'' Troy lived in Lexington, northwest of Boston.
CRAIG WOOD: 29, of Haverill, in northeast Massachusetts, worked in the company's human resources department.