3 People in the Lake Butler community prepare to say their final goodbyes to friends killed in a mass shooting over the weekend. Lifelong resident and Pritchett Trucking Founder Marvin Pritchett will be the first laid to rest Friday... Followed by his employees David Griffis and Rolando Gonzalez-Delgado on Saturday. The fourth man shot - Lewis Mabrey - is now at home, recovering from his injuries. Channel 4's Hailey Winslow spent the day in the usually quiet town, shaken by this terrible tragedy. 3 3 3 0-1028-3155-59flowers sit outside Pritchett Trucking... and the flag remains at half staff...as employees prepare to bury their founder and three colleagues ...Bobbie Oden and ... Bobbie Oden and her husband were best friends with 80-year old Marvin Pritchett ... Pritchett grew up in Union County...and spent his life giving back to it... ...Rolando Gonzalez-Delgado arrived at Pritchett's door 9 years ago from Nicaragua...the 28-year old farmhand worked hard to put his sisters through college back home... ...He was also making a better life for himself...With plans to marry his girlfriend of 4 years in October...She and her mom are distraught... ...Now it's about trying to figure out how to move on without these great men...And carry on their legacies that helped make their community a better place... 3 Pritchett's viewing is tomorrow from 5:30-8:30 pm at First Christian Church.His funeral is Friday at 2, at the same church...In lieu of flowers, the Pritchett family is asking people to donate to the Mabrey, Griffis, and Gonzalez-Delgado families through an account set up at TD Bank.Gonzalez-Delgado's family will send its donations to Nicaragua to finish what Rolando started in putting his sisters through college.