Accent Signage: 'We Will Rebuild and We Will Overcome'
Family, friends and coworkers of victims of the Accent Signage Systems shooting are coming together Monday.
It's been one month since a gunman opened fire killing six people and then himself.
For the first time, workers are going public with what happened that day.
This is the first time since the shooting we've heard from the owners of Accent Signage Systems.
Reuven Rahamim's wife Shereen spoke about the outpouring of support her family has received. Her husband was killed in the shooting.
Shereen Rahamim said she could not be more proud of the employees, by going back to work and showing great resilience and strength. She said, "We will rebuild, and we will overcome."
The business put operations on hold after the shooting so police could investigate and to allow time for employees to heal.
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