Tim Portolese, co-chairman of the Have a Heart gala committee, talks as Rob Bartels, president and chief executive officer of Martin's Super Markets, listens. The heart painted by artist Carrie Beachey was donated to Martin's by the hospital foundation. One of the painted hearts will be displayed at the Martin's Super Market location at 3900 E. Bristol Street to honor Krystle Dikes and Rachelle Godfread, the two women who were shot and killed during a shooting at the store in January 2014. (Marshall V.King / The Elkhart Truth)
ELKHART, Ind.--- A memorial work of art will be placed at an Elkhart Martins; the scene of a deadly shooting earlier this year.
The Elkhart General Hospital Foundation is donating a painted heart in remembrance of victims Krystle Dikes and Rachelle Godfread.
According to our reporting partners atThe Elkhart Truth, the heart was painted for the hospitals "Have A Heart" Art Fundraiser.
It will be unveiled at the Martins on E. Bristol Street during a public ceremony beginning May 22 at 4 p.m.