Fernando Chavez-Barron, pictured, was killed by Andre Bing, 31, a manager at the store in Chesapeake, Virginia, who also opened fire on five others in a break room before killing himself. A social media post on Friday identified Fernando

Fernando Chavez-Barron, pictured, was killed by Andre Bing, 31, a manager at the store in Chesapeake, Virginia, who also opened fire on five others in a break room before killing himself.A social media post on Friday identified Fernando

A mass shooting in a including a 16-year-old honors student employee who was the youngest victim, taking the part time job to help out his family and spending his first paycheck on a gift for his mom.

Fernando Chavez-Barron was killed by Andre Bing, 31, a manager at the store in Chesapeake, , who also opened fire on five others in a break room before killing himself..  

Chavez-Barron was in the 11th grade and had just begun working at Walmart and driving, according to friends and a GoFundMe page set up for the family by Tamara Nelson.

The GoFundMe page raised $22,000 towards funeral costs by yesterday and says that he was: ‘An outstanding son and excellent big brother, he loved building with Legos,’ ‘He will always be remembered as humble, loving, responsible and hardworking young man. His loss is felt, not only by his family, but by so many others in his community.’

Also in the shooting, five others were killed- Brian Pendelton, 38, pictured, Randy Blevins, 70, Lorenzo Gamble, 43, Tyneka Johnson, 22, and Kellie Pyle, 52 and six were wounded

Pictured: Kellie Pyle, a Walmart employee and victim of the shooting rampage

Also in the shooting, five others were killed- Brian Pendelton, 38, pictured, Randy Blevins, 70, Lorenzo Gamble, 43, Tyneka Johnson, 22, and Kellie Pyle, 52 and six were wounded

Today, there will be a candlelight vigil in Chesapeake’s City Park at 6pm in honor of the victims. . 

There is also set to be a meeting in which city council leaders will confirm emergency funding to support recovery. 

This post was on the city’s Twitter account on Friday but did not confirm how the funding would be used. 

Speaking to the New York Times, family friend Rosy Perez said that he had worked at Walmart to help his family and that he was a ‘very good child.’

Also in Tuesday’s shooting, five others were killed- Randy Blevins, 70, Lorenzo Gamble, 43, www.bing.com Tyneka Johnson, 22, Brian Pendelton, 38, and Kellie Pyle, 52 and six were wounded before Bing turned the gun on himself.

As of last Thursday, two people were still hospitalized, one critical.On Thanksgiving, mourning family and friends gathered at a memorial outside the store to remember those lives lost.

Randy Blevins, pictured, described as someone who never missed a day of work and loved going in

The shooter at Walmart was a supervisor who left behind a note that claimed he was harassed and pushed to the brink by a perception his phone was hacked. He died at the scene of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound, police said. Pictured: Tyneka Johnson, another victim

Randy Blevins, pictured, described as someone who never missed a day of work and loved going in 

The shooter at Walmart was a supervisor who left behind a note that claimed he was harassed and pushed to the brink by a perception his phone was hacked.He died at the scene of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound, police said.

including some coworkers.His note discussed God and the holy spirit and talked of how he felt mocked by other employees. 

In the note he said: ‘The associates gave me evil twisted grins, mocked me and celebrated my down fall the last day. That’s why they suffer the same fate as me.

‘I wish I could have saved everyone from myself,’ the note continues.’My God forgive me for what I’m going to do.’

The note was released by Chesapeake city in a number of tweets which redacted names of those mentioned. Police said that none of the victims were in the list of redacted names.  

Donya Prioleau, a survivor of the fatal shooting at the Chesapeake Walmart Supercenter speaks to a member of the FBI at the site of the attack on November 24

Donya Prioleau, a survivor of the fatal shooting at the Chesapeake Walmart Supercenter speaks to a member of the FBI at the site of the attack on November 24

A spokesperson from Walmart said: ‘There is nothing that can justify taking innocent lives.Our focus continues to be on the families who are grieving and supporting our associates through this difficult time.’

Bing used a 9mm handgun which he had legally bought on the day of the murders.  

Andre Bing, 31, is the shooter from the Walmart rampage. Police released this image on Wednesday. They have not confirmed whether he had a criminal record

Andre Bing, 31, is the shooter from the Walmart rampage.Police released this image on Wednesday. They have not confirmed whether he had a criminal record 

Officers found ammunition and various items in reference to the handgun. 

Coworkers said that Bing had previously displayed odd and threatening behavior.  One person who worked with him from 2015 to 2018 said he was a loner.

Shaundrayia Reese added that he was always saying the government was watching him and he did not like social media, keeping black tape on his phone camera. 

A separate coworker said that Bing had made threats.Joshua Johnson, who worked with him at Walmart until 2019, said that if he got fired from his job he would retaliate and people would remember who he was. 

Neither of the ex-employees reported concerns about Bing’s behavior to management. 

Members of the FBI investigate Tuesdays fatal shooting at the Chesapeake Walmart Supercenter on November 24

Members of the FBI investigate Tuesdays fatal shooting at the Chesapeake Walmart Supercenter on November 24

The horror at Walmart unfolded last Tuesday when employees at work clocked in for their overnight shift.They saw a manager standing in the doorway, pointing a gun at them in the break room.

She said it had not kicked in that it was real and she was thinking it was a practice for what to do if there was an active shooter as she recognized her colleague’s face.

However she then saw her colleagues were getting shot and the gunman was just opening fire as people dropped to the floor. Tyler said Bing looked ‘directly at’ her and fired but ‘luckily missed’ her head by ‘an inch or two’.

She added: ‘As soon as my team said, “All right, we have a light night tonight,” I looked up and my manager just opened the door and he just opened fire.

‘He wasn’t aiming at anybody specifically.He just literally started shooting throughout the entire break room and I watched multiple people just drop down to the floor, whether they were trying to duck for cover or they were hit.’ 

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