Local Reception Remembers Two Murder Victims

July 22, 2010 Updated Mar 3, 2007 at 10:50 PM EDT

It was a chance for friends to remember two men murdered last month.

Friends met at Union Endicott High School today with family members of Mark and Robert Norris.

The two brothers were murdered last month in Philadelphia.

A disgruntled investor in their Heritage Country Club plan killed the Norris's and former Broome County Sheriff's Deputy James Reif.

The Norris brothers already had funeral services in Delaware.

So today was a time for local friends to remember the two brothers and reflect on old times.

The Norris's grew up in the Southern Tier, Mark went to Susquehanna Valley high school.

Robert went to Union Endicott high school and played football.

"His real legacy will be what he left off the field. Just a super individual and we'll never forget him," said Fran Angeline, former head football coach at Union-Endicott.

Both Reif and Norris family members say they're not sure if they'll take any part in the future of Heritage Country Club.

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