THE VICTIMSSusan Gail Fambrough Age: 54 Residence: Lone Grove Occupation: Homemaker
Story: "Gail” was known as a caring, independent woman who spent 15 years lovingly raising dogs. She adored her three daughters and five grandchildren and liked to entertain. A trust fund has been established in her name at the First National Bank and Trust in Ardmore. Funeral Services: Held Saturday.
William Vincent FambroughAge: 48 Residence: Lone Grove Occupation: Mechanic Story: Loved ones remember "Vince” for his ability to disarm strangers with his humor and wit. He loved people. Vince and his wife, Gail, were planning to celebrate their 15th wedding anniversary Saturday. Funeral Services: Held Saturday.
Timothy David NevillAge: 36 Residence: Lone Grove Occupation: U.S. Postal carrier Story: Tim dreamed of one day farming his family’s small acreage in Lone Grove, and was looking forward to clearing the land Wednesday morning. Family members said Tim loved to work with his hands and was a master at raising beautiful roses. He loved animals, often sheltered strays, and even domesticated a pig. Nevill enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps in 2001 and was later honorably discharged after an injury. Funeral Services: Held Saturday.
Molly Cheryl HutchinsonAge: 53 Residence: Lone Grove Occupation: Assistant convenience store manager Story: Molly was the proud mother of a son — Michael Duggan of Tennessee — and two beloved grandchildren, said her mother, Bobby Richardson of Ardmore. Molly always provided a smile, and never let chronic pain from an automobile accident prevent her from a joyous life. She often spent days off eating lunch with her mother or visiting her mother’s senior citizens’ complex. Molly worked at a truck stop along Interstate 35 in Springer, where she was well-known and liked by regular customers. Funeral Services: Held Saturday.
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