BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - Loved ones gathered to remember an Army veteran who was shot and killed on Buffalo's Waterfront.
Part of Fuhrmann Boulevard was dedicated to Christopher Verel on Saturday. Special signs were placed on the street reading "Christopher M. Verel Way."
Ten years ago, a mentally ill man with an assault rifle killed Verel while he was taking a day off to fish.
Christopher's brother took time to remember the man whose life was cut too short. "He was heavily involved in the community, doing children's programs, directed a children's television show, and he was heavily involved in theater. My entire family is completely honored that the City of Buffalo would recognize him," A.J. Verel said.
The Army veteran graduated from Bishop Timon High School and attended Niagara University.
The man who murdered him, Vlade Belotieff took his own life while serving a 20-year- sentence for manslaughter.
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