Kloee Toliver called an "angel" after saving eight people's lives
TULSA, Okla. (KTUL) – Investigators said they have now filed an affidavit to add an additional first-degree murder charge against Amy Hall after her daughter, Kloee Toliver passed away Tuesday night.
Toliver’s family said she was pronounced dead at 8:28 p.m. Tuesday after being on life support since the shooting happened last Thursday.
Child and family therapist Ebony Skillens is the owner of Amayesing Skillz Counseling Services. She said grief is normal when something like this happens, even for an entire community.
“If you don’t grieve, you can’t heal,” said Skillens. “In order to heal there must be that grieving process.”
Kloee’s family said her organs saved eight lives. Skillens said people have to look at the positives to get through this.
“With the donation of those organs there’s still hope, there’s still life in that community and there are people who were affected and actually able to benefit from those organs,” she said.
This is something Janet Mobbs can relate to.
“I have end-stage renal disease which means kidneys don’t work at all,” she said.
She’s in need of a kidney transplant. Kloee wasn’t a match. Despite the heartbreak in Beggs, she personally can see the shimmer of hope for others.
“I know Kloee’s family was devastated and heartbroken but they have still taken time to think about other people and her organs going to eight people, not only changed those eight people’s lives but their loved ones,” said Mobbs. “So I think she’s an angel.”
The family said Kloee’s younger sister who was also shot last Thursday was released from the hospital and should be okay.
The district attorney has not filed charges against Hall yet but we’re told it should be soon.