Reuven Rahamim, 61, the founder of Accent Signage Systems who was killed Sept. 27 in a workplace shooting, called St. Louis Park home.
Rahamim lived on Basswood Road in the Fern Hill Neighborhood. He also attended the Beth El Synagogue, where he was on the board of directors.
According to the Star Tribune, Rahamim and four others were shot and killed by Andrew Engeldinger, who apparently had just lost his job. Engeldinger then took his own life. He was dealing with mental illness, the paper reports.
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