"He ran in and he was screaming, 'I got shot, I got shot.' I ran out behind him, my daughters ran out behind me, they saw him laying on the floor," she said.
"I have not seen my husband since he was on the floor. They didn't even allow me to go with him. I didn't even spend the last moments with him."
Investigators say Dueñes was making his way across the parking lot when he encountered a young male in a Ford driving the wrong direction; they exchanged words when the driver pulled a gun and opened fire, before fleeing the scene.
"I don't understand how someone could do something to somebody like that," Uresti said. "He was walking with a cake."