Keith Hadnot's mother says what's more tragic than her son's sudden death is that the people who may have more information about it are not speaking up.
"Everyone needs to be concerned about the random violence we have going on in our society today. Even good people can get in the line of fire," his mother, Angela Flunoy-Armon, said.
Hadnot, 34, was shot and on the 4100 block of Venus Place in Union City, where he'd lived for four years. Police say they haven't identified the motive nor the suspect yet.
On June 25, Hadnot's family and friends gathered at the Fremont Memorial Chapel to remember his life and to reminsce about childhood memories.
One of the loved ones who spoke was his brother, Jonathan, who left his military duties in Afghanistan to attend the funeral. Jonathan Hadnot said he had been in many military trips where he was shot at, bombed and tormented, and he had fully thought he would go before his brother.
"We were a tripod--me, my dad and my brother. When my dad passed away ... we still were able to stand up because we had each other," Jonathan said. "Now that I've lost my brother, I don't know what I'm going to do."
Other people who gave eulogies include his mother, siblings and his wife, Irlanda.
Hadnot leaves behind three children, including a 3-year-old son and 1-year-old twins. His family has established the for those interested in contributing.
Anyone who has information about Hadnot's death may call Detective Trent Collins of the Union City Police Department at 510-675-5266 or the anonymous tip line at 510-675-5207. Tips can also be e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Reporter Richgail Enriquez was at the memorial service and has more from the loved ones of Hadnot in the video above.