(AP) – The three people killed in the shooting at a Pennsylvania township supervisors meeting:
David Fleetwood, 62, was a Chestnuthill Township supervisor who doubled as the Ross Township zoning officer, according to Monroe County coroner Bob Allen. He died after being flown to Lehigh Valley Medical Center. Township Manager Dave Albright told the Pocono Record that Fleetwood was a good friend. “He’d give you the shirt off his back. He’d do anything for you,” Albright said.
Gerard J. Kozic, 53, was a resident of Saylorsburg and inside the meeting room. Allen said he was pronounced dead at the scene. The Pocono Record reported that Kozic, who went by Jerry, was a musician who performed on the White House lawn in 2004. His wife, Linda, was wounded in the shooting.
James V. LaGuardia, 64, was also a resident of Saylorsburg and was outside the municipal building when he was shot and killed. Allen said he was also pronounced dead at the scene. LaGuardia owned a television repair service.
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