Ashley Pfannestiel Wiki – Ashley Pfannestiel Biography
Ashley Pfannestiel, 30, an Oklahoma family is mourning the death of a mother of two small children who was shot and killed by her estranged husband earlier this month.
According to the McClain County Sheriff’s Office, Konrad Pfannestiel shot and killed his wife Ashley Pfannestiel on April 8 in Blanchard, Oklahoma, roughly 30 miles south of Oklahoma City. The man then shot and killed himself after shooting a responding officer multiple times. According to local ABC station KOCO News, the cop was shot many times but is recuperating from his injuries, according to the sheriff’s office.
Ashley Pfannestiel was 30 years old.
Oklahoma Mom (30) Killed By Husband In Murder-Suicide
According to KOCO, Pfannenstiel, 30, leaves behind two children: Fallon, 2, and Karson, 5 months old. Last week, a friend of the Pfannenstiel family established a GoFundMe campaign to assist the family with burial expenses and financial support for the children.
Ashley had two babies, Fallon and Karson, that was her life,” family friend Kenny Rodgers writes on the page. “Ashley was always showing off pictures of her kids to family, friends, and anyone who would listen.” She was a wonderful mother with a big heart who did not deserve what happened to her, and those children will never know how much Ashely loved them.”
Ashley’s family members spoke to local media, Tributes
“She was a lot of fun,” her mother, Stephanie Poole, told KFOR. “She was the life and soul of the party.” She was truly everyone’s best friend.” Kristy McKinney, Ashley’s sister, told KOCO that the family was astonished by Konrad’s conduct. “This is a person in our family who we respected — who we really liked — who we trusted with our sister and her children,” McKinney told the site. “When they got married, we all celebrated. We supported [him] like a member of our family and loved him as if he were our own.”
According to the family, On March 29, Ashley filed a victim protective order against her husband. Konrad was apparently expected to turn in his guns to local authorities as part of that order. He never did, however. “I couldn’t be more proud of this family for sticking together to ensure the children of this senseless tragedy are taken care of,” the family’s lawyer Kim Rennie said on social media this weekend, adding, “RIP Ashley Pfannenstiel, your babies are well loved and safe.”
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