Synagogue Shooting: 11 Victims, Including 97-Year-Old Woman, Named in Attack

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Authorities have released the names of the dead in Saturday's shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue.

Among the victims were brothers and a husband and wife. They range in age from 54 to 97 years old.

Per WTAE, the Allegheny County medical examiner identified the deceased as:

Joyce Fienberg, 75

Richard Gottfried, 65

Rose Mallinger, 97

Jerry Rabinowitz, 66

Cecil Rosenthal, 59

David Rosenthal, 54

Bernice Simon, 84

Sylvan Simon, 86

Daniel Stein, 71

Melvin Wax, 88

Irving Younger, 69

People is reporting that Cecil and David Rosenthal were brothers and the Simons, both in their 80s, were husband and wife.

Authorities also named 46-year-old Robert Bowers as their only suspect in the shooting.

Bowers allegedly opened fire at the Tree of Life Congregation in Pittsburgh's Squirrel Hill neighborhood, after screaming, "All Jews must die," KDKA reported.

Bowers faces 29 state and federal charges in the shooting, which also left six wounded in what has been called the deadliest attack on worshipping Jews in U.S. history.

As the investigation into Saturday's horrific shooting continued, hundreds of mourners from all faiths gathered into the night in the city to honor the victims.


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