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Third Montgomery County Shooting Victim Dies

GEISENHEYNERA third person has died as a result of the shooting incident on Saturday, July 2, in a rural area of Douglass Township, near Renninger and Hoffmansville Roads north of Gilbertsville. 58-year-old Monica Shay was pronounced dead Thursday afternoon at Lehigh Valley Hospital.  Her nephew, 43-year-old Joseph Shay, who lived in New York City and Yarmouth, Massachusetts, and two-year-old Gregory Bosco, also died.  The boy’s mother, 37-year-old Kathryn Erdmann of Fall River, Massachusetts, is hospitalized in critical condition along with 64-year-old Paul Shay, who owned the Douglass Township home where the shootings occurred, along with his wife Monica, the woman who died Thursday.  The Shays lived and worked in New York City but spent weekends at their rural retreat.  The man who shot all of the victims, 51-year-old career criminal Mark Geisenheyner (pictured here), died of police gunfire two days later inside a home in Trainer, in Delaware County.  In the hours between the multiple shootings and his death, Geisenheyner told several people he went to the home seeking revenge against Paul Shay, who he said cheated him out of money he was owed as a result of a 2006 insurance fraud scheme.
WNPV AM 1440 Planning to shop on Friday? How about Small Business Saturday? As you make your plans be sure to include some of the locally owned and operated businesses in the area! According to the Institute for Local Self-Reliance (www.ilsr.org) there are "10 Reasons to Support Locally Owned Businesses." #5: Entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurship fuels America's economic innovation and prosperity and serves as a key means for families to move out of low-wage jobs and into the middle class. Shop Locally for the Holidays!
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WNPV AM 1440 As you plan your holiday shopping, think about the "Top 10 Reasons to Support Locally Owned Businesses" from the Institute for Local Self-Reliance (www.ilsr.org): Public Benefits and Costs. Local stores in town centers require comparatively little infrastructure and make more efficient use of public services relative to big box stores and strip shopping malls.
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WNPV AM 1440 As you plan your holiday shopping, think about the "Top 10 Reasons to Support Locally Owned Businesses" from the Institute for Local Self-Reliance (www.ilsr.org): Environmental Sustainability. Local stores help to sustain vibrant, compact, walkable town centers which in turn are essential to reducing sprawl, automobile use, habitat loss, and air and water pollution. "Shop Locally for the Holidays!"
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WNPV AM 1440 As you plan your holiday shopping, think about the "Top 10 Reasons to Support Locally Owned Businesses" from the Institute for Local Self-Reliance (www.ilsr.org): Competition. A marketplace of tens of thousands of small businesses is the best way ensure innovation and low prices over the long-term.
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WNPV AM 1440 As you plan your holiday shopping, think about the "Top 10 Reasons to Support Locally Owned Businesses" from the Institute for Local Self-Reliance (www.ilsr.org): Product Diversity. A multitude of small businesses, each selecting products based, not on a national sales plan, but on their own interests and the needs of their local customers, guarantees a much broader range of product choices. "Shop Locally for the Holidays."
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WNPV AM 1440 Tune in tonight at 7:55 PM for WNPV's first broadcast of the year of Gwynedd Mercy University Men's basketball.

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