Jeremy Webb vigil
By Tim Kupsick | Posted at 9:16 am on Monday, May 16, 2011 | Share
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Shot a vigil for a boy that was hit by a speeding car during a police chase earlier in May. It was a touching time and they will really miss their friend. He seemed like a kid who enjoyed life and the time he spent with his friends. His life revolved around this intersection where he was taken. He worked at Frosty’s across the street, worked out at the Flex Complex where the vigil was held, and volunteered at the Salvation Army headquarters just down the block. I hope I did his memory justice by taking care when photographing the people he left behind.
Mourners surround a framed portrait of Jeremy Webb on Friday night during his memorial candle light vigil near the site where he was killed in downtown Casper.
Keith Crakaal and friends made dog tags with images of Jeremy Webb to wear in memory of their lost friend.
Josh Robinett, from left to right, Hailee Cureton, Jason Jennings, Brian Bagwell and Robert Stover brings their flames together in memory of Jeremy Webb during his memorial candle light vigil in downtown Casper.
Friends and family of Jeremy Webb gather near the front of the crowd on Friday night as they mourned his loss during a candle light vigil in downtown Casper. Nearly 100 people who had known Jeremy attended the vigil.
A young couple waits for the start of the Jeremy Webb candle light vigil to begin in the parking lot of the Flex Complex in downtown Casper Friday night.
Kristen Roberts, center bottom, and Larissa Jennings, right, stand with friends while they mourn Jeremy Webb Friday night in downtown Casper.
Jesse Abbott had been friends with Jeremy Webb for six years, "I took him under my wing," said Abbott Friday night while setting out flowers and candles in Jeremy's memory. "He was like my little brother."
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