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Visitation services for Hespeler shooting victim

Family members continue to mourn their loss
Photo courtesy of Lounsbury Funeral Home.

Visitation services have begun for the young victim of the deadly shooting that took place at a Hespeler Plaza.

Police say they are still looking to speak to one of the witnesses and they say there have not yet been any arrests.

Meanwhile, the family of the 20 year old victim, Kyle Parthe, continues to mourn their loss.

Parthe was a third year electrical apprentice with the college of trades at the time of his death.

His family members say he was everybody's friend, but he was closest to his brother, Matthew.

They remember Kyle during happier times, feeding fish from his hand and swimming with sharks on vacation.

They say he was always curious, had an infectious smile and was "full of spirit."

The visitation services will be happening on Tuesday at the Lounsbury Funeral Home from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. and from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.



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