A South Buffalo church was the gathering place for family and friends on Saturday morning to celebrate the life of Jacqueline Wisniewski.
The 33-year-old single mother was killed Wednesday morning by ex-boyfriend Timothy Jorden. Both worked at ECMC, Wisniewski as an administrative assistant, Jordan as a trauma surgeon. Wisniewski was shot at work and Jordan later took his own life outside of his Lake View home.
The funeral was a private affair and the media were not invited to attend.
The investigation into the presence of Buffalo police officer Martin Motley III at Dr. Timothy Jorden's Lake View home continues.
Shortly after Jorden shot and killed his ex-girlfriend at ECMC on Wednesday, Motley was found leaving Jorden's home carrying cash, a Rolex watch and a gun. He has been suspended without pay, though he has been out on injured-on-duty status since 2009.
Police Commissioner Daniel Derenda would not say if charges are pending.