The day he went on the shooting rampage, Sulejman Talovic worked his regular shift at Aramark Uniform Services, an industrial laundry facility in South Salt Lake.
"From eight to five, he worked a normal shift," said general manager Trent Thorn.
In an interview Wednesday with the Deseret Morning News, Thorn said Talevic began working at Aramark in December. The young man worked as a production-line employee, rolling up recently cleaned floor mats. floor-mats. He hadn't been there long enough for his bosses to really get to know him.
"He stuck to himself pretty much here," Thorn said.
After Talovic finished work on Monday, his family said he came home.
"He was working all day, he came home, took a shower and disappeared," Omerovic said.
On Tuesday, police detectives were at Aramark questioning employees. Thorn said he could not comment on the police investigation, but offered his sympathies to the families of the victims.
"I feel deeply saddened, and obviously my heart goes out to all of those," he said.
The four people wounded in the shooting rampage remain hospitalized. Shawn Munns, 34, remained in serious but stable condition. Carolyn Tuft, 44, was listed in critical condition at LDS Hospital.
At University Hospital, 16-year-old AJ Walker was reported to be in serious condition. Stacy Hanson, 53, was listed in critical condition.
Funeral services are already being planned for many of the victims in the shooting. On Wednesday, Rich Quinn was allowed to go and claim his wife Vanessa's body.
A memorial service will be held 3 p.m. Friday at the Larkin Mortuary in Sandy for Vanessa Quinn.
Services for Jeffery Walker are set for Friday and Saturday. A viewing is set for 5-8 p.m. Friday at the McDougal Funeral Home, 4330 S. Redwood Road, in Taylorsville.
A second viewing is set for 10:30-11:30 a.m. Saturday at the Country Park Stake Center, 11400 S. 2447 West, in South Jordan. Funeral services will follow at noon in the stake center.
Meanwhile, a candlelight ceremony to remember the victims and express gratitude to police officers is planned for 6:30 p.m. today, at Salt Lake City's Library Square. Churches in the Salt Lake Valley have been asked to ring their bells prior to the ceremony. Police and fire officials, as well as Salt Lake City Mayor Rocky Anderson and Salt Lake County Mayor Peter Corroon are expected to attend.Bosnia-Herzegovina Ambassador Bisera Turkovic will travel to Utah for the ceremony, along with Marinko Avramovic, an official with the Bosnian Consulate of Chicago.
Contributing: Pat Reavy, Elaine Jarvik, KSL-TV
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