The SevenDays event was created by Mindy Corporon and Jim LaManno, along with a group of volunteers, as a way to remember Corporon’s son and father, Reat Underwood and William Corporon, and LaManno’s wife, Terri LaManno, who were murdered outside of Overland Park Jewish sites in April 2014. On Monday, candles were lighted in memory of the three.
The SevenDays event was created by Mindy Corporon and Jim LaManno, along with a group of volunteers, as a way to remember Corporon’s son and father, Reat Underwood and William Corporon, and LaManno’s wife, Terri LaManno, who were murdered outside of Overland Park Jewish sites in April 2014. On Monday, candles were lighted in memory of the three. Thomas A. Bradley Submitted photo
The SevenDays event was created by Mindy Corporon and Jim LaManno, along with a group of volunteers, as a way to remember Corporon’s son and father, Reat Underwood and William Corporon, and LaManno’s wife, Terri LaManno, who were murdered outside of Overland Park Jewish sites in April 2014. On Monday, candles were lighted in memory of the three. Thomas A. Bradley Submitted photo

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