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Kloee Hall-Toliver

Age 16

Nuyaka, Oklahoma

Lost her life, saved eight others

Her left hand rests on her navy jumpsuit as the sun accentuates the blonde ombré in her long, straight hair. She angles her head towards the camera, a hint of a smile tugging at the ends of her lips.

The 16 year old loved makeup, shopping, hanging out with friends and eating her favorite meal: her grandmother’s fried chicken, mashed potatoes and sweet carrots. Her ultimate goal was to work as an obstetrician-gynecologist.

On Nov. 1, 2018, Beggs High School junior Kloee Hall-Toliver and her two siblings were shot by their mother in Beggs, Oklahoma. Only her younger sister survived. Five days later, Kloee’s organs were donated to eight people.

By Madison Hahamy · Age 18
Meet the Reporters

More than 200 friends

Saniyah Monee Nicholson

Funny faces and pigtails no longer

Tyrese A. Jones

He was beloved at his school


Shot while walking down the street

Kameron Johnson

He dreamed of college and cars

Kameron Porter

Domestic violence ends a stepson’s life

Jacob Matthew Edwards

A survivor, full of heart. Gone.

Corey Donald II

He had just started barber school

Floyd Chianti Davenport IV

“Baba stay woke...Baba stay woke!”

Kelvion’te A. Trammell

Engine still running, no life left

Clinton Howell

A daily trip that turned deadly

Jayvone J. Shackelford-Bishop

Friends together like Lilo & Stitch

Joel Keshon Green

An interrupted trail of Facebook photos

Fernando Perez

“What is it going to take?”

Delametric Djuan Fairley

Never got to make travel plans

Moltere Charles Jr.

#TGFAD — Thank God for another day

Oliver Santos

Big smile stolen on Saturday night

Darryl Lamar Johnson

A family visit. He never left.

Xavier Montrail Thomas

Candles flicker against darkness for Zay

Samuel Ozuna

Always respectful, loved by his friends

Romane D. Taylor Jr.

Intelligent and playful, beloved by buddies