Final Goodbyes For Danville Homicide Victims

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Updated: 9/25/2013 4:09 pm
Funeral Services for a murdered Danville couple was held on Wednesday afternoon.
Michael and Angela Hockensmith were the co-owners of A-B-C Gold Games, and More Pawn Shop.
On Friday someone shot them to death inside their store.
Friends told ABC 36 the Hockensmith’s were good, God fearing people, and always willing to lend a hand.
Daniel Smith, a customer at the shop was also killed in that shooting. Smiths visitation will be from six to eight O’clock tonight at Combs, Parsons, and Collins Funeral Home in Richmond.
Graveside services will be held at eleven O’clock Thursday morning at Camp Nelson National Cemetery in Nicholasville.

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