Shelly wants to remind the community about what happened. She hopes the reminders will help police catch her husband's murderers.
"I'm just on adrenaline and I feel like I have to be my husband's PR person because he's not here speak for himself and to catch these killers," said Shelley.
The now single mom expressed how indebted she feels to the community. Residents have raised a $25,000 reward to find the suspects in her husband's death. She is thankful the area has embraced her and her children.
"I just hope they will continue to do so because this is going be a long haul for me having to attend trials in and who knows what's the future for me. I have to work," explained Shelley.
Tuesday, September 2 2014 8:58 AM EDT2014-09-02 12:58:48 GMT
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