Two more young men have died as a result of gun violence. This Saturday, June 22, we will gather at two different sites to remember both of them whose deaths occurred on June 9th.
Jontae L. Tinsley, 18, was a passenger in a car that was returning to pick up a friend at a 16th birthday party. From the obituary of Jontae we know that he attended Ohio Dominican University on a football scholarship. He was described as a “loving and devoted son, brother, nephew, grandson and friend. . .with a contagious smile, big heart and passion for football.” Edward Snowden, 23, was killed in front of his residence in the Creekside Apartments, formerly known as Northland Village Apartments. We were unable to find specific information on Kevin but feel sure that he was also special to his family and friends. Please hold in your prayers all those whose hearts are grieving for these two young men.
12:00 noon. EDWARD SNOWDEN – 1900 GANT DR., CREEKSIDE APTS. HARRISON TWP.
Take Salem Avenue to Turner Road which becomes Shoup Mill and then Needmore Rd. Follow Needmore to N. Dixie Dr. (Church’s Chicken). Turn LEFT on N. Dixie and follow to first street on the left which is Republic, across from PNC bank. Turn LEFT on Republic and go to the second street which is Gant Dr. Make a RIGHT on Gant and follow to 1900 block.
From I-75 North take Exit 58, NEEDMORE RD. (The Exit will be on the right side of I-75) When you come off the ramp turn LEFT onto Needmore Rd. and go 0.5 miles to North Dixie Rd. Turn RIGHT on N. Dixie and follow as above.
12:45. JONTAE S. TINSLEY – 4100 BLOCK OF DALEVIEW
Return to Republic and make a RIGHT back onto N. Dixie. Stay on N. Dixie, 1.46 miles to Siebenthaler. (Note: Some of the side streets may still be closed due to heavy damage from the tornadoes. Siebenthaler can be accessed.) Make a RIGHT on Siebenthaler. Cross over Riverside Dr. and continue to Sabina, the street after Merrimac. Make a RIGHT on Sabina and a LEFT on Redwood. The very first street on the right will be DALEVIEW. Turn RIGHT on Daleview and follow to the 4100 block.
“Hope is not something we do alone but we can only do it in community. So the community agrees on a vision of what they hope for and then, together, they act to make the vision real.”
When we stand together at a homicide site and/or unite ourselves through prayer with those who do stand at the site, we are people of hope, a community of hope.
Sister Jeanette, Coordinator
Roger Emery and Sister Pat Dieringer, Coordinators of e-mail and phone notifications
Bill Werling, Liaison with family and neighborhood