Boye also expressed his admiration for family members, who in months of news interviews and public appearances were always respectful, he said, an example of grace in spite of tragedy.
Danielle Johnson, who attended a vigil in West Valley City a year ago in conjunction with the boys' funerals, said she has tried to stay in touch with the family, tying purple ribbons and offering support however she can. Johnson said she is a better person in light of all she has learned about Susan from those who knew her.
"I remember breaking down crying for people I had never met," Johnson told the group, wiping warm tears from her cold cheeks. "It's amazing how three people I have never met have influenced my life so much."
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