Austin Hall, 22, of Enid
Hall was a 2008 graduate of El Reno High School who had been dating Bishard since October. According to his Facebook page, he had recently moved to Enid and was working as a roughneck for Cactus Drilling.
Don Wesley Krug, 71, of Hooker
Krug was a farmer and retired in April as a county maintenance worker. He was a deacon at his church and taught Sunday school. His retirement plans were to spend more time visiting his grandchildren.
Joan Krug, 67, of Hooker
Krug was a homemaker and mother of four daughters. She had 12 grandchildren. She and her husband, Don Krug, were on their way back from a graduation ceremony in Oklahoma City.
Sharon Dodd, 58,
Dodd was a wife, mother and grandmother. She is described by family as creative and caring. Dodd died at her residence when she moved from a safe place to rescue her dogs.
Terry Peoples, 50,
Peoples was in a pickup along Interstate 40 near the Calumet exit when a massive tornado crossed the highway and sucked him out of his pickup. He was found in a tree about 60 feet from where his truck landed.
Billy Leeper, 64,
A Vietnam War veteran, Leeper was fleeing the storm with his wife and son when he was swept up by the tornado.
Laron Short, 24,
Short was a recent graduate from the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma. She returned Monday from a five-month trip to Australia and was staying at her mother's mobile home when it was hit by a tornado Tuesday.
Ryan Hamil, 3, of Piedmont
Ryan Hamil was thrown from the bathtub inside the home where he was huddled with his family into a nearby pond. Rescuers searched for him until his body was found Thursday morning.
Cole Hamil, 15 months,
Cole Hamil was in a bathtub with his brother, sister and mother at the family's home in Piedmont when a massive tornado tore the house apart and threw him 50 yards.
Contributing: The Associated Press