This is an archived article and the information in the article may be outdated. Please look at the time stamp on the story to see when it was last updated.AURORA, Ill. — Services were announced Monday for one of the victims of the fatal shooting in suburban Aurora last Friday. Also Monday, the business where five people were shot to death opened its doors to employees. Although employees are welcome to return, they will not work and there will be no production. Henry Pratt Company said Monday will be an opportunity for everyone to come together after Friday’s mass shooting. An employee meeting will also be held. A small group of employees returned to work to discuss resources that will be made available. Police said gunman Gary Martin, 45, likely brought his .40-caliber Smith & Wesson handgun to work Friday because he knew he was being fired from his job at Henry Pratt Company after 15 years. Martin, who was convicted in 1995 of aggravated assault, was not licensed to own or carry a gun. Martin was killed in a shootout with officers, ending his deadly rampage. The deceased victims were identified Saturday as:
- Clayton Parks, of Elgin, Ill., a human resources manager who began working at Henry Pratt in November;
- Trevor Wehner, 21, of DeKalb, Ill., a human resources intern and student at Northern Illinois University;
- Russell Beyer, of Yorkville, Ill., a union chairman who worked at Henry Pratt for more than 20 years;
- Vicente Juarez, of Oswego, Ill., a stock room attendant and fork lift operator who had been with the company since 2006;
- and Josh Pinkard, of Oswego, Ill., a plant manager from Alabama who moved to Aurora last year.