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Weekend events to honor Gilbert shooting victims

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A Mesquite High alumni band member designed the logo that will be on T-shirts for sale at the candlelight vigil. A Mesquite High alumni band member designed the logo that will be on T-shirts for sale at the candlelight vigil.
GILBERT, AZ (CBS5) -

A car wash, a candle light vigil and a memorial service have been scheduled for the weekend in honor of four people police believe were shot to death by a Neo-Nazi in Gilbert this week.

The victims were Lisa Mederos, 47; Lisa's daughter, Amber Mederos, 23; Amber's boyfriend, Jim "Jambob" Hiott, 24; and Amber's daughter, Lilly, 1. 

Police said they believe J.T. Ready, 39, shot and killed the four before killing himself in a quiet Gilbert neighborhood on Wednesday afternoon.

A car wash will be from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at the Wendy's restaurant on the southwest corner of Cooper and Warner roads in Gilbert, where Amber Mederos worked.

The candlelight vigil will be from 6 to 9 p.m. Saturday in the greenbelt behind the First United Methodist Church, 331 S. Cooper Road, in Gilbert.

A memorial service will be 5:30 p.m. Sunday at Vineyard Church, 601 S. Cooper Road, in Gilbert.

An alum of the Mesquite High School band designed a special memorial message that was placed on T-shirts donated by Stitch Savvy to be sold at the candlelight vigil for $10. Proceeds will go to families of the victims.

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