Waffle House employees Kristie Bergeron of Ocean Springs, left, and Ashley Shaul of St. Martin hold candles in memory of their slain co-worker, Waffle House server Julie Brightwell, during a memorial service for her on the beach in Biloxi on Friday Dec. 4, 2015.
Waffle House employees Kristie Bergeron of Ocean Springs, left, and Ashley Shaul of St. Martin hold candles in memory of their slain co-worker, Waffle House server Julie Brightwell, during a memorial service for her on the beach in Biloxi on Friday Dec. 4, 2015. John Fitzhugh jcfitzhugh@sunherald.com File
Waffle House employees Kristie Bergeron of Ocean Springs, left, and Ashley Shaul of St. Martin hold candles in memory of their slain co-worker, Waffle House server Julie Brightwell, during a memorial service for her on the beach in Biloxi on Friday Dec. 4, 2015. John Fitzhugh jcfitzhugh@sunherald.com File

How they’ll honor memory of slain Waffle House waitress

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