Vigil for Murder Victim One Year Later

August 29, 2010 Updated Aug 29, 2010 at 10:00 AM EDT

By WKBW News

August 29, 2010 Updated Aug 29, 2010 at 10:00 AM EDT

ORCHARD PARK, NY (WKBW) One year ago Friday, 39 year old Angela Moss was murdered. Family and friends met at the site of her death to remember the person they called the "Quiet Storm."

Friends described Moss as "quiet, loving, dedicated, and hard working." She started a community service group for women of the community, and was a nurse.

"I will always love her and never forget her and I don't think I will ever meet anyone like her," one friend said at the vigil.

Friends let go pink and black balloons, Angela's favorite colors, along with sharing memories, hugs, and tears.

There are still no suspects in the case, leaving loved ones with many questions. "I just don’t understand why, and I ask myself that every day," friend Lorraine Washington said.

After saying a prayer and laying flowers at the memorial, Tonya Moore, spoke of her good friend. "She was a beautiful spirit. And it's hurtful. It's very painful. But with the support of family and friends, you get through it."

Family and friends also asked that anyone with any information about the murder to come forward, in their attempt to look for justice, as well as closure.