Candlelight Vigil held in memory of Lynn Arsenault

BELFAST, Maine (NEWS CENTER) - Just overa week after Lynn Arsenault was gun downed and killed at a home in Belfast, her closest friends and family gathered to show support for one anotherduring a candlelight vigil in her memory.

The vigil was heldat the Belfast City ParkFriday night, just after sun down. Those who knew Arsenault shared their fondest memories of the womanthey say was taken too soon.

"She was a true friend and one of the most beautiful people I've ever known," said former co-worker Travis Smith.

According to police,Arsenault was shot and killed two days after celebrating her 55th birthday. The man police believe is responsible, 44-year-old Todd Gilday, has been arrested and charged for her murder.

Over 100 friends and family members attended the candlelight vigil, including Heather Treneer who will remember Arsenault as a woman who always put other's needs ahead of her own.

"Somebody that always took the time to connect with anybody she came in contact with and I think that will be motivation for all of us to be more like that," said Treneer.

Arsenault's son, 22-year-old Mathew Day, was also shot the night his mother died, but survived. Eastern Maine Medical Center is not releasing his information or current medicalcondition.


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