Pathway Home executive director Christine Loeber, 48, staff psychologist Dr. Jennifer Gonzales Shushereba, 32, and staff psychologist Dr. Jennifer Gray Golick, 42, died instantly when they were shot with a rifle by former Pathway Home client Albert Wong, 36, in Madison Hall at the veterans' home on March 9.
Wong shot himself with a shotgun and died by suicide.
Officials at St. Francis High School in Mountain View have identified Shushereba as a former student who graduated in 2003.
"The thoughts and prayers of our entire Saint Francis community are with Jennifer's family and with the families and friends of all the victims of this terrible tragedy," a statement issued by the school reads. "We are grieving in solidarity for the senseless loss of such an intelligent, compassionate young woman, and her colleagues, who dedicated — and ultimately sacrificed — their lives to serve our veterans most in need of mental health support."
A GoFundMe donation page has been set up to benefit Gonzales' husband, TJ Shushereba. Gonzales was expecting the couple's first child when she was killed.
Brown also ordered flags flown at half-staff Monday over the state Capitol.
"We honor these women for their dedication and service, for their bravery in the face of terror, for the compassion they brought to veterans and their communities and for the joy and love they shared with their families and loved ones. The loss to the entire community is immeasurable," Brown said.
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