Bill and Aaron Young
Bill Young and his 14-year-old son Aaron were shot and killed at the Just In Time Recreation bowling alley, Bill’s brother Rob Young told Reuters. They were out for an evening with their bowling league. Before learning of their deaths, Rob Young had flown from Baltimore to Lewiston on Thursday to help his sister-in-law in her frantic search for information after the pair had not been heard from since Wednesday when they went bowling.
Tricia Asselin, 53, was trying to call 911 when the gunman shot and killed her at the bowling alley, her brother DJ Johnson told CNN. Ms Asselin, who worked at the bowling alley part-time, was there for a night out with her sister, who survived the massacre, Mr Johnson said. It was just like her to try to help others by calling the emergency service. She wasn’t going to run. She was going to try and help.” She is survived by an adult son, her brother said.
An employee of Schemengees Bar & Grille who lived in nearby Auburn, Maine, Joseph Walker was a beloved husband, father and grandfather who was helping to raise two grandchildren and a stepson, his father, Leroy Walker, said on MSNBC. The elder Walker said his son was close to family, living near two of his brothers. He frequently put on tournaments to raise money for local causes and had been planning a cornhole tournament to help veterans when he was shot and killed on Wednesday.
Bryan MacFarlane, 40, was part of a group in the local deaf community participating in a cornhole tournament at Schemengees Bar & Grille when he was killed, his sister Keri Brooks told CNN. Mr MacFarlane, an avid motorcyclist who loved his dog, M&M, had recently moved back to Maine, Ms Brooks said.