CONWAY, N.H. (AP) – Three men who were gunned down during a botched robbery in a Conway, N.H., store two years ago are being remembered.
A granite memorial bench donated by the store owners is being dedicated to them Thursday.
On July 2, 2007, Michael Woodbury of Windham, Maine, walked into the Army Barracks store and shot manager Jimmy Walker of Fryeburg; William Jones of Walpole, Mass., and Gary Jones of Plymouth, Mass. Walker and William Jones were killed at the store. Gary Jones died that night.
The victims’ faces and names are etched into the stone. A message says, “Taken too soon” and “Forever remembered, forever missed, forever in our hearts,” The Conway Daily Sun reported.
Woodbury pleaded guilty and was sentenced to consecutive terms of life in prison without parole.


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