Bucks County, Pa. (WTXF) - The Bucks County community is remembering Mark Sturgis, 22, Thomas Meo, 21, Dean Finocchiaro,19, and Jimi Taro Patrick. 19-year-old Dean Finocchiaro remains were the first to be identified by investigators.
"I'm mad. I'm mad that Dean was taken away that somebody decided to take him away from the world."
Complete shock from Bill Tosti who says he worked with 19-year-old Dean Finocchiaro at a Levittown restaurant.
"We didn't deserve that. The world didn't deserve that. His family here at work did not deserve that and and his family back at home did not deserve that."
He can't believe Cosmo Dinardo confessed to killing Dean, of Langhorne, and three other men.
"He was one of the funniest guys I've ever met. He was always friendly-- always had a smile on his face. Always willing to give you that smile if you didn't have one. Just fun to be around. Great guy to work with," he said.
Dean's Langhorne neighborhood is decorated with yellow ribbons as neighbors show support for his family. The same true for the Newtown neighborhood of another victim 19-year-old Jimi Taro Patrick.
Bucks County has been all a buzz in recent days since four men went missing. A confession in the case is mind blowing to residents.
"If you look at this area it's such a serene quiet family oriented area. it just disrupts everybody's life style. People have to look over their shoulders now, everywhere they go."