Funeral held for Henderson woman killed in Louisville bank shooting
HENDERSON, Ky. (WFIE) - The funeral for a woman killed in the Louisville bank shooting was held at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Henderson on Saturday.
45-year-old Juliana Farmer of Henderson was killed on April 10 in the Old National Bank shooting in Louisville.
On Saturday, family and friends gathered to say goodbye to the Henderson native.
We are told 500 cars were parked around St. Paul’s Episcopal Church as people came to pay their respects.
Funeral security says Kentucky Lt. Gov. Jacqueline Coleman and other state officials were in attendance.
Many friends and family spoke with 14 News, repeatedly saying how amazing of a woman Farmer was.
A vigil was held in Louisville last week in honor of Farmer and the four others killed during the shooting.
Farmer started her new job at Old National Bank just a couple of weeks prior to her death.
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Following the funeral on Saturday, Farmer’s procession was escorted by police to her final resting place.
A peace vigil will be held in Central Park on Sunday to honor Farmer and the other shooting victims.
It’s set to take place from 5-6 p.m.
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