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It was also the first time Durand performed with the Milwaukee Dancing Grannies.
Tamara Durand (left), 52, and Leana 'Lee' Owen (right), 71, were two members of the Milwaukee Dancing Grannies who died in Sunday's tragedy.
Virginia Sorenson (left), 79, was a nurse and member of the Milwaukee Dancing Grannies, a group of elderly woman marching in the parade. Wilhelm Hospel (right), 82, the husband of one of the grannies, died from internal bleeding, according to his older brother
Jane Kulich was a Citizen Bank employee who was walking with a parade float before she was fatally struck
A GoFundMe set up by family to raise funeral costs described Jane ( right) as a 'loving, beautiful and charismatic mother, grandmother and friend to so many. 'The world is a much darker place without a woman like this in the world,' continued the description. Almost $600 have been raised out of the $2,000 goal
The Milwaukee Dancing Grannies, a marching, dancing holiday fixture in Wisconsin for nearly 40 years was hit by tragedy as they marched on Sunday
An Interfaith candle lit vigil was held at Cutler Park in Waukesha, Wisconsin on Monday
Hundreds of people were on hand at Waukesha's Cutler Park for Monday evening's candlelight vigil
Members of the Waukesha community came out to a candlelight vigil in Cutler Park on Monday
'She was super energetic, she was that type of person who when she walks in the room, everybody notices her smile,' her husband, Dave, told The Daily Beast on Monday.
'She literally danced her way through life. She was the youngest one in the Dancing Grannies. Dancing was her favorite thing. It was her first time even with them, which is what's so tragic, too.'
Tamara was a hospice and critical care chaplain at Waukesha Memorial. In 2009, she saved a homeless man from drowning in the Wisconsin River.