On Saturday, hundreds of people attended a memorial service for a grandmother killed earlier this week.
Deputies said Jimmie Paul was shot to death in her Chester County home Tuesday. Deputies arrested three teens including Paul's 17-year-old grandson.
"She was always just a sweet, nice, loving person," said Kay Hoag, a family friend who attended the memorial for Paul on Saturday.
"She was just a fun loving, sweet, caring person and I think she'd just give you the shirt off her back." said family member Essie Paul.
Police said Paul's life was taken by the grandson she and her husband had taken into their home to raise. They said her grandson, Clayton Watts, offered two teenagers $5,000 to kill his grandparents.
"She didn't deserve it and neither one of them deserved what was planned for them," said Essie Paul.
Police said Watts and the other teens waited for his grandparents to get home Tuesday and shot Jimmie Paul three times when she walked in the door. Watts' grandfather survived because he walked in after the teens ran away.
"They did the right thing by taking him and adopting him and raising him the right way, but sometimes when they don't get their way, they think their right, but this is not right," said Essie Paul.
Jimmie and her husband both worked for the county and were well-known.