A somber anniversary passed for family and friends of Shelby Farah, the young woman shot and killed during a robbery at a Brentwood Metro PCS store. Sunday marks one year since the 20-year-old was robbed, shot and killed as she worked at the store on North Main Street.On Sunday night family and friends honored her life with a service at Mount Sinai Missionary Baptist Church.Music filled the room, the color of pink stood out among the pews and a candle was lit. They were little things that all bring comfort and joy in memory of Farah.”The emotional support — I can’t even describe it. And that’s what, besides my other two children, that’s what keeps me going,” said Darlene Farah, Shelby Farah’s mother. “We have to honor her memory and her legacy.”Shelby Farah’s brother and sister both got up to share what they knew and loved about her.