Objection to what a teacher said is sustained
Larimer says her son took her to Rosie's Diner on her birthday
"That day, we had a few extra hours, were from NE IL, so we had a few extra hours of not knowing anything terrible was wrong"
"We called the police, we called the coroner, we called everybody, we called the military base. Nobody could tell us anything"
"The morning drags on, it gets to be part way through the afternoon, and Scott says we should start letting people know"
She told people "We don't know what happened, but John was there and now he is missing"
The Navy wouldn't or couldn't tell her if her son was at work
The weekend of the shooting was her grandmother's 100th birthday
Navy people met her other son
"He called us around 8:15 our time to tell us that John was dead"
"The Navy flew us out a couple of weeks later for a memorial service"
Motorcycle groups and military escorted them from OHare
. Kathleen Larimer described it as a motorcade
In every Illinois town the cross through, "the intersections were blocked. People were stopped"
Cyberfleet 3-star admiral attended, when they presented the award
"Scott always tries to be strong," Kathleen says about her husband. "I could tell there were days that the only reason he was holding it together was because he didn't want me to fall apart"