MOURNING MARLON: 93rd Street Community Baptist Church Pastor Carl Johnson, top right, leads the funeral service for Marlon Eason, a 10-year-old boy killed by gunfire outside his Overtown home in March, on Saturday, April 4, 2015. The Miami church held back-to-back funerals for two young victims of gunfire, killed within hours of each other on March 24, 2015. The first funeral was for Richard Hallman, 16, a student at Booker T. Washington Senior High. The second was for Marlon, who attended Life Academy Charter School. Marlon's casket is yellow, his favorite color. The church is at 2330 NW 93rd St., Miami.
MOURNING MARLON: 93rd Street Community Baptist Church Pastor Carl Johnson, top right, leads the funeral service for Marlon Eason, a 10-year-old boy killed by gunfire outside his Overtown home in March, on Saturday, April 4, 2015. The Miami church held back-to-back funerals for two young victims of gunfire, killed within hours of each other on March 24, 2015. The first funeral was for Richard Hallman, 16, a student at Booker T. Washington Senior High. The second was for Marlon, who attended Life Academy Charter School. Marlon's casket is yellow, his favorite color. The church is at 2330 NW 93rd St., Miami. MARSHA HALPER MIAMI HERALD STAFF
MOURNING MARLON: 93rd Street Community Baptist Church Pastor Carl Johnson, top right, leads the funeral service for Marlon Eason, a 10-year-old boy killed by gunfire outside his Overtown home in March, on Saturday, April 4, 2015. The Miami church held back-to-back funerals for two young victims of gunfire, killed within hours of each other on March 24, 2015. The first funeral was for Richard Hallman, 16, a student at Booker T. Washington Senior High. The second was for Marlon, who attended Life Academy Charter School. Marlon's casket is yellow, his favorite color. The church is at 2330 NW 93rd St., Miami. MARSHA HALPER MIAMI HERALD STAFF

Two young Miami shooting victims, two funerals, many mourners

April 04, 2015 10:13 PM

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