Mural dedicated at Moody Manor

Slain toddler Kendra Hooks memorialized

10/2/2013
BY TAYLOR DUNGJEN
BLADE STAFF WRITER
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A mural dedicated to a slain toddler was unveiled at the Moody Manor apartment complex Tuesday afternoon. The 32-foot by 8-foot installation, by local artists Warren and Yolanda Woodberry, depicts farm scenes and, on the last of eight panels, Keondra Hooks resting on a cloud. Keondra, 1, died of a single gunshot wound to the head after being shot at the apartment complex on Aug. 9, 2012.

THE BLADE/JEREMY WADSWORTH

A mural dedicated to a slain toddler was unveiled at the Moody Manor apartment complex Tuesday afternoon. The 32-foot by 8-foot installation, by local artists Warren and Yolanda Woodberry, depicts farm scenes and, on the last of eight panels, Keondra Hooks resting on a cloud. Keondra, 1, died of a single gunshot wound to the head after being shot at the apartment complex on Aug. 9, 2012.
A mural dedicated to a slain toddler was unveiled at the Moody Manor apartment complex Tuesday afternoon. The 32-foot by 8-foot installation, by local artists Warren and Yolanda Woodberry, depicts farm scenes and, on the last of eight panels, Keondra Hooks resting on a cloud. Keondra, 1, died of a single gunshot wound to the head after being shot at the apartment complex on Aug. 9, 2012.

People gather Tuesday afternoon during the dedication ceremony for a mural that honors Keondra Hooks, the 1-year-old girl shot and killed at the Moody Manor apartment complex on Aug. 9, 2012. The mural was painted by local artists Warren and Yolanda Woodberry. In the panel furthest to the right, Keondra is shown resting on a cloud.