The UW community was traumatized and saddened when a gunman shot five people, killing four, at Café Racer in the University District and one near Town Hall in downtown Seattle on May 30. Killed at Café Racer was Donald B. Largen, ’86, ’89. He earned two degrees from the College of Built Environments, was a land-use planner in Washington State for many years and loved playing the saxophone. He was 57. Wounded at Café Racer was Leonard Meuse, ’93. He had given up a job as a research scientist at the UW to attend pastry school. He was working as a cook at Café Racer when he was shot once in the jaw and once in the armpit. Killed near Town Hall soon after the Café Racer shootings was Gloria J. Leonidas, a married mother of two who was a UW donor. She was 52.
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