Roy McClellan, who had worked odd jobs, had good days and he had bad days before the festival, his wife said. But the shooting’s aftermath was a blow, worsening his existing troubles. Then, on Nov. 17, she learned he’d been killed. A driver on State Route 160 in Pahrump hit him and sped away.
More than a hundred people filled the pews inside the First Congregational Church in Stephen Richard Berger’s Wisconsin hometown to say goodbye one last time to the Las Vegas shooting victim.
Seeking closure, 38-year-old California resident James Marrs was returning to Las Vegas for the first time since the Oct. 1 country music festival shooting. Marrs had been driving for about two hours when the news alert flashed on his phone screen: “Deadly shooting at Texas church.”