Pastors from all over Casselberry held a memorial service for the four women shot inside the Las Domingas M&M Salon -- Mari Marte, Noelia Gonzalez-Brito, Gladys Cabrera and Marcia Santiago.
Isabel Torres drove from Tampa to attend and said she was good friends with Marte.
"She loved her children, loved her family, she was a lady that was full of life. She was very brave. Not scare of anything."
"It was a total surprise, we were in shock," said Juan Diaz. "I was in shock."
Diaz said he was right next door when the shooting took place. "He had murder in his eyes," he said.
Video taken from a surveillance camera at the Metro PCS store where Diaz works shows Diaz helping customers, then you see them all turn and walk toward the front as they hear the gun shots.
"We went to the door, the gentleman was there with a handgun in his hand. He looked right at us. I figured he'd shoot us, so I ran back into the store with another gentleman."
Newly released pictures taken by first responders show bullet casings, holes in the wall and a wrench which police think the shooter, Bradford Baumet, wanted to use to break in. You see a hole in one of the seats in the front waiting area.
Police said Baumet came here with the sole purpose of shooting and killing his ex-girlfriend, Marcia Santiago. She remains in critical condition, shot in the head, shoulder and wrist. The other three women died at the scene.
Family, friends and business owners in the area said they will move forward with the memories of three beautiful women in their hearts.