Update (Thursday): More information is available about services for Keith Basinski.
Update (Wednesday): The time of the funeral for Keith Basinski has been changed to 2 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 4, 2012.
Update (Tuesday): Here is the newly posted obituary notice for Spring Lake Park resident Keith Basinski at Legacy.com and in the Oct. 2 Star Tribune. (Basinski was the UPS delivery driver killed in the Sept. 27 mass shooting at Accent Signage in Minneapolis.)
Basinski, Keith V. age 50 of Spring Lake Park, MN. Funeral service Thursday 1 PM at Emmanuel Christian Center, 7777 University Ave NE, Spring Lake Park. Visitation 6-9 PM Wednesday in the Miller Funeral Home, 6210 Hwy 65 NE, Fridley and continue 1 hour prior to the service at church. A memorial fund has been established for Keith. Donations may be mailed or dropped off at First Advantage Bank, 9950 Foley Blvd NE, Coon Rapids, MN 55433. Donations will be accepted through October 31. Full notice Wednesday. Miller Funeral Home 763-571-1300 www.millerfuneralfridley.com
Update (12:15 a.m. Tuesday): Alissa Basinski posted the following information at the KARE 11 Facebook page Monday night (links added):
Keith Basinski's wake will be at miller funeral home in Fridley on Wednesday, Oct 3rd. The funeral will be at Emmanuel Christian Center in Spring Lake Park on Thursday, Oct 4th. Please come join us if you knew him.
Original post (Monday): While two victims remain hospitalized at HCMC, funeral services for those who died following the shooting incident at Accent Signage Systems, Inc. in Minneapolis have taken place or are soon to come.
Company founder in his hometown. Services for Rami Cooks, 62, of Minnetonka, were also held Sunday.
Ron Edberg, 58, of Brooklyn Center, will be remembered at a 7 p.m. Tuesday service at Methven-Taylor Funeral Home in Anoka. A funeral for Jacob Beneke, 34, of Maple Grove, is scheduled for noon Wednesday at Evans-Nordby Funeral Home in Brooklyn Center.
Plans have not been publicized for UPS driver Keith Basinski, 50, of Spring Lake Park or the man responsible for the deaths, Andrew Engeldinger, 36, of Minneapolis. Engeldinger is a Richfield native, whose family still lives there.
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