Thursday, October 4, 2012
Service for UPS driver killed in Minneapolis shootings is at Emmanuel Christian Center in Spring Lake Park. A Teamster spokesperson called his death unprecedented.
The funeral for Keith Basinski of Spring Lake Park, the UPS driver shot and killed at Access Signage on Sept. 27 in Minneapolis, is set for 2 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 4, 2012 at Emmanuel Christian Center in Spring Lake Park. Visitation is at the church from 1–2 p.m., immediately before the funeral service. The burial ceremony is at Hillside Cemetery, 2610 19th Ave. NE, Minneapolis, at 4:45 p.m. A memorial fund for Basinski's family has been established at First Advantage Bank, Coon Rapids. Basinksi's union has also set up a memorial fund. 'Doing His Job' "We feel a responsibility to our family," said Edward Reynoso of the Teamsters Joint Council 32. "We consider our members' families our family." Reynoso called Basinski's murder …
Monday, October 1, 2012
The funeral for the Spring Lake Park resident killed in the Sept. 27 Minneapolis shooting is Thursday in Spring Lake Park, with visitation Wednesday in Fridley. Memorials have occurred or been set for many of those who died at Accent Signage.
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 …
Sunday, September 30, 2012
UPS driver Keith Basinski's death prompted an outpouring of emotion online.
Friends, family members and customers posted from the heart to Facebook and Twitter after the death of Spring Lake Park resident Keith Basinski in the mass workplace shooting at Access Signage Systems in Minneapolis Thursday.