SLIDESHOW: Local artist to ship portraits of Nashville shooting victims to victims' families
Local artist Ron Moore Jr. is once again helping victims of tragedy cope with their trauma by shipping them hand-drawn portraits to provide them comfort.
This time, Moore is providing comfort to the families of the six victims of the recent shooting at the Covenant School in the Green Hills Neighborhood of Nashville, Tennessee.
Moore drew portraits of the six victims and will be shipping them all to Tennessee on Saturday. The names of the victims can be found below.
- Nine-year-old William Kinney
- 60-year-old Katherine Koonce
- 61-year-old Mike Hill
- Nine-year-old Hallie Scruggs
-Nine-year-old Evelyn Dieckhaus
- 61-year-old Cynthia Peak
Moore battles Parkinson's Disease, but he doesn't let that stop him from his work.
"No matter how challenging these symptoms may seem to be, they're noting compared to the challenges these families deal with with their child and family not returning home," Moore said.