Jason and John Edwards were helping their sister move her belondings out of an ex-boyfirends home when police said that former boyfriends took all three siblings hostage killing the men on Friday.
A cold Sunday afternoon gathering brought warm memories of John and Jason Edwards.
“Great sense of humor, friendly, wouldn't hurt a flea,” said Jason’s co-worker John Sirois.
“They are just two solid guys, they are noble guys would do anything for ya,” said former co-worker Matt Tarr.
Both Sirois and Tarr were Jason Edward’s co-workers. John Edwards worked with them too but left that job months ago.
“He sat right next door to me in the office--just great guys,” said Sirois.
The office will now be a somber place Monday.
“Going back to work tomorrow seeing Jason's desk--it's going to be very very difficult,” said Tarr.
Jason Edward’s next door neighbors of over 9-years describe how a stranger became a friend.
“They made coffee for us, and we just enjoyed each other's company and really got to know each other. They were just so down to earth,” said Amy Lind.
Lind said their kids played with the Edward’s children all the time.
“Oldests are the same age so they spent a lot of afternoons playing basketball which they did a lot over there--very into sports,” said Lind.
Now these friends wonder what the future will bring, without these two men in their lives.
“We are going to take it day by day and we are going to rally around each other,” said Tarr.
“This changes our lives forever,” said Sirois.