Students Begin To Mourn Fallen Classmate

Students Begin To Mourn Fallen Classmate
Becky Maxedon / 18 Sep 2018 / 3 Comments » Comments

Students at Lake Havasu High School remembered their fallen classmate Hannah Gottier with flowers Tuesday morning. Gottier, a freshman, was murdered at her home Monday afternoon, along with her mother, Jaime.  Some students dressed in Hannah’s favorite color, blue, in honor of her at school Tuesday.

There will be a candlelight vigil for Gottier Wednesday at 7 p.m at State Beach.

For those suffering from domestic violence or for those who know someone who might be involved in domestic violence should contact H.A.V.E.N. Family Resource Center at 928-505-3153. The facility is located at 2174 McCulloch Blvd.

Students and teachers reached out to RiverScene with photos of the memorial in honor of Hannah.

For more information on the vigil, visit

photo courtesy a LHHS teacher.

Photo courtesy a LHHS student.

Balloons release Tuesday morning at LHHS in honor of Hannah. Photo courtesy LHHS student Kyle Tobin.

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3 Responses to “Students Begin To Mourn Fallen Classmate”

  1. Kurt n Sharon Jackson says:

    My prayers are for the students and faculty for healing of their hearts and emotions this is a hard issue to understand such a loss. Healing 🙏🏻💕💛💕

  2. Linda says:

    So heartbreaking. All those poor students who knew her and others who didn’t suffering from some evil they should never have to experience

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