ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - Funeral services for Michele Turner, one of two women killedduring Monday's deadly shooting at Emcore Corp., were held Fridaymorning.
Friends and family came together at St. Charles BorromeoCatholic Church for the 36 year old known to friends as"Scrappy."
Police said Turner was sitting with Robert Reza's ex-girlfriendwhen he entered the courtyard at Emcore and opened fire.
Turner had been a research technician at Emcore since 2001.
Reza's girlfriend, Adrienne Basciano survived the shooting andremains hospitalized in critical condition.
A visitation was held Friday afternoon for Sharon Cunningham whowas also died from her injuries in the Emcore attack.
The rosary was scheduled for Friday at 7 p.m. at the FrenchLomas Chapel.
Cunningham was the first one shot outside as she wastransferring office supplies. Three other Emcore employees alsosuffered gunshot wounds but have been released from thehospital.
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