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Zenia Nash-Johnston talks about the death of her nephew, Jaquare Jackson, as Jackson's daughter, Yania Skyy Jackson, 11, listens. (Michael ChrittonAkron Beacon Journal)
Jaquare Jackson is the fatal victim of a shooting in Akron that took place on Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2012. (Undated Family photo)
Zenia Nash-Johnston smiles as she looks at a photo of her nephew, Jaquare Jackson, on her phone as Jackson's daughter, Yania Skyy Jackson, 11, watches. (Michael ChrittonAkron Beacon Journal)
Yania Skyy Jackson, 11, talks about her father, Jaquare, who was fatally shot. (Michael ChrittonAkron Beacon Journal)
An Akron police officer looks at the back seat of an Oldsmobile Alero that was apparently involved in a shooting at the intersections of Rhodes Ave. and Copley Rd. on Wednesday in Akron. (Ed Suba Jr./Akron Beacon Journal)
Akron police investigate at the scene of a shooting at the intersections of Rhodes Ave. and Copley Rd. on Wednesday in Akron. The Oldsmobile Alero (left) that was involved apparently drifted across Copley, through the yard on the right and came to a stop at the Circle K gas station. (Ed Suba Jr./Akron Beacon Journal)
Summa Health has hired one of its former executives to lead it out of an ongoing crisis that has hurt its reputation, upended its relationships with hundreds of local physicians and is threatening to destroy its medical education program.