A Sturgeon Bay man is remembering a slain temple leader as a "great man" and is still trying to process an incident that will likely never make sense.
Parvinder Jandu and his family are members of the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin in Oak Creek, where gunman Wade Page opened fire Sunday, killing six people before being shot and killed by police.
Among those killed was temple founder Satwant Singh Kaleka, a close friend of the Jandu family.
Jandu says when a friend called Sunday and told him to turn on the television he had a hard time processing what he was seeing.
Jandu spoke with DoorCountyDailyNews.com as he was traveling to Appleton to attend a vigil for Kaleka and said other communities were planning similar services.
Jandu says he wants everyone to know that Sikhs are a "peaceful and hardworking community" and says it's "very sad that somebody would go out and do this at the place where we think it's the safest place to be -- in our own place of worship."