Newtown said goodbye to five more loved ones Friday. Funerals were held for Sandy Hook Elementary school psychologist, Mary Sherlach, and teacher's aid, Rachel D'Avino.
There were also services for three students, including 7 year-old Grace McDonnell, and two six year-olds, Olivia Engel and Dylan Hockley.
As the town mourns the loss of so many innocent lives, many residents are coping with the tragedy in their own way.
Reuters Breaking Views editor Robert Cox is a father two and has lived in town for most of his life.
He's in Newtown on this one-week anniversary.Bells toll across country for Newtown shooting victims
For the people of Newtown and for people across the country, 9:30 a.m. was a time to stop, listen and remember.
Bells rang in the Connecticut town and in churches and other buildings in multiple states Friday morning to remember the 20 children and six women who were gunned down at Newtown's Sandy Hook Elementary School at that hour a week ago.
Standing in rain - some holding umbrellas and others letting the water wash over their bowed heads - people in Newtown gathered outside various locations and paused as multiple churches rang their bells, once for each victim.