Family members of Rah’quan Logan mourn during a gathering Sunday to remember and honor the 14- year-old’s life held outside the OMG Convenience Store at Creighton and Nine Mile Roads where he was gunned down Nov. 12 in a quadruple shooting. Nine-year-old Abdul bani-Ahmad, whose family owns the store, also was killed, while two men were wounded. More than 100 people attended the vigil, including City Council President Cynthia I. Newbille and Richmond School board Chairwoman Cheryl L. Burke. Many brought silver and black balloons to honor Rah’quan. James “J.J.” Minor III, president of the Richmond branch NAACP, called on parents and others to stop the violence and asked faith-based organizations to provide support for families. Rah’quan’s funeral was held Tuesday morning at Walter J. Manning Funeral Home in Church Hill with burial in Oakwood Cemetery.