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A vigil for the victims in Saturday's shooting in Moscow A vigil for the victims in Saturday's shooting in Moscow
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"We are deeply saddened by the violence today that seriously injured one person and claimed the lives of three others; two from our Vandal family,” Staben said. “Moscow Family Medicine Physician's Assistant Terri Grzebielski was a provider at the UI Student Health Center for many years where she was highly valued and respected.“

“David Trail was a Vandal alumnus and longtime UI supporter. He graduated from UI in 1964 with a bachelor of science in business and agronomy,” Staben said. “His dedication to the community and to the university will be sorely missed.”

“Our thoughts are with all of the victims' families and friends tonight,” Staben said.



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