Oklahoma tornado: Medical examiner confirms names of those killed in Woodward twister

Three children and three adults were killed Sunday by a tornado that destroyed dozens of homes and businesses in Woodward.
FROM STAFF REPORTS Modified: April 17, 2012 at 3:24 pm •  Published: April 17, 2012

WOODWARD — The state medical examiner has confirmed the names of five people killed by the Sunday tornado.

Faith Dean Hobbie, 7, and Kelly Marie Hobbie, 4, and their father, Frank Hobbie, 24, all were killed at the Hide-A-Way Mobile Home Park.

The Woodward News reports the girls' 2-year-old brother, Ty Coolie, is in a Lubbock, Texas, hospital.

The medical examiner also confirmed the deaths of Derrin Juul, 41, and his daughter, Rose Marie Juul, 10, who were at a residence southwest of Woodward.

Another daughter, Heather Juul, is in an Amarillo, Texas, hospital, a relative said.

The sixth person who died from injuries suffered in the storm is Steve Peil, 63, another resident of the Hide-A-Way Mobile Home Park. He died at an Amarillo hospital, according to Billings Funeral Home.

Peil's wife, Kathe, remains hospitalized in Amarillo.


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