More data is popping out Tuesday concerning the 5 victims killed within the Waukesha Christmas parade horror. They had been recognized Monday as Wilhelm Hospel, 81, Virginia Sorenson, 79; LeAnna Owen, 71; Tamara Durand, 52 and Jane Kulich, 52. 

Virginia Sorenson 

Sorenson, 79, was the longtime choreographer of the Milwaukee Dancing Grannies group – a number of members of that are among the deaths. 

David Sorenson, her husband of practically 60 years, advised the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel about how she liked working with the Grannies. 

This undated image from video provided by CBS 58 Milwaukee shows Virginia Sorenson of the Milwaukee Dancing Grannies. 

This undated picture from video supplied by CBS 58 Milwaukee exhibits Virginia Sorenson of the Milwaukee Dancing Grannies. 
(CBS 58 Milwaukee through AP)

“What did she like about it? Everything,” David Sorenson mentioned. “She liked the instructing. She liked the dancing and the camaraderie of the women. She liked to perform.” 

The newspaper additionally reviews that the Sorensons had three kids and 6 grandchildren. 

Virginia – a registered nurse – additionally cared for 2 horses, chickens, canines and cats at her house in Muskego, it added. 

Tamara Durand 

Durand, 52, was a mom of three with one grandchild. She babysat her grandson so her daughter might end nursing faculty and volunteered at hospitals and hospices. 

She was doing her first present with the Grannies on Sunday, her husband, Dave Durand, advised the Associated Press.  

Tamara Durand reportedly was participating in her first Milwaukee Dancing Grannies performance when she was killed. (Facebook)

Tamara Durand reportedly was collaborating in her first Milwaukee Dancing Grannies efficiency when she was killed. (Facebook)

“She basically danced her way through life,” he mentioned of his spouse of eight years, a hospice chaplain and former highschool and school cheerleader who was “super excited” for her first efficiency. “She was totally energetic and was her happiest when she was dancing.” 

Durand spent greater than 17 years working as an elementary faculty trainer on the Beaver Dam Unified School District, northwest of Waukesha, based on the Journal Sentinel. 

Jane Kulich 

Kulich, 52, labored at Citizens Bank as a teller since final November, based on a LinkedIn profile purportedly belonging to her.

Jane Kulich worked at a local Citizens Bank. (Facebook)

Jane Kulich labored at an area Citizens Bank. (Facebook)

Following the parade attack, Citizens Bank issued a press release to Fox News Digital saying it’s “one of many groups directly impacted by the tragedy that unfolded in Waukesha.”

“One of our team members who was walking with our parade float was struck and passed away as a result of her injuries,” the assertion mentioned. “Our condolences go out to her family and friends for this inconceivable loss. Please lift up our team and the entire community as we all grieve.”

Her LinkedIn web page additionally states she labored as a caregiver and at a dry cleansing enterprise and restaurant. 

Wilhelm Hospel 

Hospel, 81, helped the Milwaukee Dancing Grannies with their performances, based on the Associated Press. 

Wilhelm Hospel helped the grannies with organizing their performances. 

Wilhelm Hospel helped the grannies with organizing their performances. 

His spouse, Lola, was one other member of the group, the Journal Sentinel reviews. 

LeAnna Owen 

Owen, a 71-year-old resident of Cudahy, was additionally a member of the Dancing Grannies. 


LeAnna Owen, a member of the Milwaukee Dancing Grannies group, additionally managed an condominium advanced. 

Outside of her participation within the group, the grandmother managed an condominium advanced and leaves behind two sons, the Journal Sentinel reviews. 

“She didn’t have a mean bone in her body. She was the nicest lady,” Dave Schmidt, who owns a pair of 32-unit buildings Owen took care of, advised the newspaper. 

Fox News’ Paul Best and The Associated Press contributed to this report.