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Tiffany Marvin UT 01-30-2009

Tiffany Marvin, 33

UT, South Salt Lake

January 30, 2009

Tiffany's murder has left her 2 young Children to grow up without their Mother in their lives

Tiffany's life ended tragically on Friday, January 30, 2009. Tiffany’s ex-boyfriend, Jeremy Scott Taylor, 33, shot her in the upper torso several times before turning the .38 caliber revolver on himself.

The couple had dated on and off for three years and had broken up six months before the murder suicide. Tiffany and Taylor exchanged text messages shortly after two o’clock that afternoon and subsequently met in the parking lot just outside her workplace.

Witnesses overheard them arguing and then heard four gunshots. Nurses from nearby Avalon Care Center responded immediately in an unsuccessful attempt to resuscitate Tiffany. She is survived by two children ages ten and thirteen.

Sources: - Utah Domestic Violence Coalition - Publications - 2009 DV Related Deaths -Document Index - 2009 Domestic & Sexual Violence Report - 2009 DV Related Deaths

Daily Herald, January 31, 2009;

Deseret News, January 30, 31, 2009;

KSL News, January 31, 2009;

KUTV 2 News, January 30, 2009;

South Salt Lake Journal, February 26, 2009

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