A note left for shooting victim Brian Ilesic by his family including his 12-year-old daughter Kiannah sits outside the G4S Edmonton offices.
Credits: TOM BRAID/QMI AGENCY
Ilesic was one of four guards shot -- allegedly at the hands of a co-worker -- while servicing a bank machine at the University of Alberta's HUB Mall shortly after midnight June 15.
Armoured car guards Michelle Shegelski and Eddie Rejano were also killed.
Rejano was laid to rest Friday. Shegelski's service is set for Tuesday afternoon.
Guard Matthew Schuman survived the shooting but remains in critical condition in hospital.
Following a 36-hour manhunt, 21-year-old Travis Brandon Baumgartner was picked up at the Lynden, Wash., border crossing, allegedly with more than $330,000 on him.
He's been charged with three counts of first-degree murder, one count of attempted murder and four counts of robbery with a firearm.
The security company that employed the guards, G4S, has established a fund in support of the victims' families. Donations can be made at any TD Bank branch and should be marked "the families of the victims of the University of Alberta Edmonton shooting."
An educational trust fund has been set up for Rejano's two boys, aged seven and four. Additionally, a fund set up by Rejano's co-workers at the Wild West Shooting Centre has collected more than $4,000, and donations there are still welcome.
A memorial fund has also been set up in Ilesic's name at the North Edmonton Christian Fellowship Church.