Mo made three trips to bring Mary Sherlach’s property back from the school, including her car, and he later felt awkward about possibly intruding on such a personal space.
‘‘Mary drove the car to school, and I'm the next person to sit in the car,’’ he said. ‘‘I think about it now.’’
The state police have had group sessions for the troopers to decompress, and Mo said they have been helpful for them to get out their pain and share it among themselves.
Bill Sherlach said he is grateful to Mo for taking such care of his family.
‘‘I can’t say enough of what these guys were able to do,’’ he said.
Associated Press writer Pat Eaton-Robb contributed to this report.