Attorney General’s office ask for privacy for Neiman family

Ponca City Now - May 1, 2014 6:41 am

The Attorney General’s office issued a statement yesterday asking media members to respect Stephanie Neiman’s families privacy.

Stephanie’s parents, Susie and Steve Neiman don’t desire to issue any further statements on their daughters murder or the execution.

Their only statement was released Tuesday.

"God blessed us with our precious daughter, Stephanie for 19 years. Stephanie loved children. She worked in Vacation Bible School and always helped with our Church nativity scenes. She was the joy of our life. We are thankful this day has finally arrived and just will finally be served."


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