“What a heinous crime. It could’ve been anybody like they said,” said Don Duncanson.
Megan Dix’s older brother, Don Duncanson held back tears Tuesday evening outside of the Brockport Municipal Building.
“I don’t understand. I don’t think anyone understands,” said Duncanson.
A bone chilling moment for Duncanson and the rest of the family as they watched the woman charged with their loved one’s murder, be brought in and out of the courthouse for her arraignment.
“For her to take Megan, Megan did, she gave so much life. Like the Locks of Love and for her to take that away from people doesn’t even make sense. I don’t know. I don’t get it,” said Duncanson.
The victim was 33-year-old Megan Dix who was married to her high school sweetheart and mother of a young son. She worked at Lowe’s and was enjoying her lunch break at a local park when she was shot and killed. The manager at the Lowe’s in Brockport where Megan worked said she was a hard worker and always went out of her way to help people.
“Life taken far too early,” said Tim Helm.
Helm worked with Megan for several years and said it’ll be difficult facing a new reality without her.
“Megan was just an awesome person. Just a sweet lady,” said Helm.
Megan’s brother said his priority is to make sure Megan’s husband and young son are taken care of.
“We’ll try to just stick together and you got to heal,” said Duncanson.
Funeral arrangements for Megan Dix have been announced. Calling hours will be on Thursday, August 31st from 11am to 2pm at Oak Orchard Assembly of God Church on Ridge Road in Medina. Her funeral will follow at Lynhaven Cemetery in Lyndonville.