|Reverend Clementa Pinckney - Age 41|
Beloved Pastor at Emanuel AME; Pastor for 23 years, S. Carolina State Legislator for 19
|Tywanza Sanders - Age 26|
Recent graduate of Allen University in Columbia, S.C.
With a Business Administration Degree
|Reverend Sharonda Singleton - Age 45|
Speech and Track Coach at Goose Creek H.S. in Charleston
Married with One Child
|Reverend DePayne Middleton-Doctor - Age Unknown|
An Admissions Coordinator at Southern Wesleyan University
From Which She Graduated in 1994 With a Master's Degree in Management
|Cynthia Hurd - Age 54|
Worked at Charleston County Public Library for 34 years
|Susie Jackson - Age 87|
Grandmother Who Sang in the Choir at Emanuel AME for Many Years
|Myra Thompson - Age 59|
Was Teaching a Bible Study Class When She Was Shot and Killed
|Reverend Daniel Simmons, Sr. - Age 74|
Worked at Emanuel AME
Initially Survived Shooting Before Passing
|Ethel Lance - Age Unknown|
Employed by City of Charleston for 34 Years, Most of
Which Were Spent Running Backstage Operations at Gaillard Auditorium
Philadelphia Area Employment Attorney Representing Employees
John A. Gallagher is an employment lawyer who represents employees in Pennsylvania.
John typically represents workers who need an employment lawyer in Philadelphia County, Chester County, Delaware County, Bucks County, Berks County, Lancaster County and Montgomery County.
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