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Family of Man Killed at Work Speaks Out

Family of Man Killed at Work Speaks Out



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(Pleasant Grove-AP) -- Family members of a man shot dead allegedly by a disgruntled employee say he's a cancer survivor.

Family members of 36-year-old Kent Neil Griffith say Griffith was a devout member of the LDS Church and he had beaten cancer twice in the last five years.

Griffith's wife M-Lissa says she holds no ill will toward 49-year-old Louis Darrell Kinyon, accused of shooting Griffith to death at the Provo River Water Users Association then turning the gun on himself.

Griffith's wife spoke yesterday through her sister. She says Kinyon's family is in her thoughts and prayers. Griffith played football at Brigham Young University for four years until 1991. He leaves behind his wife and four kids. Police expect to charge Kinyon with his murder as early as this week.

(Copyright 2004 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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