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Storm victim family celebrates graduation

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KATV- The past month has been rough for the Tittle family. Three members of their family were killed in their home on Deer Park Drive in West Pulaski County from a Tornado.

Thursday was one step closer to getting life back to normal.

The third oldest graduated from her home schooling program at Fellowship Bible Church.

17-year-old Emily Tittle said she was one of the youngest in her class to graduate, and her dad would be proud to see her in a cap and gown.

Outside the worship area of the Fellowship Bible Church, Emily Tittle’s tri-fold displays with pictures of her family and all of her favorite things.

Almost three weeks ago, life changed forever for the Tittles.

The Tornado ripped through their neighborhood taking the lives of Emily’s father Rob, 20-year-old Tori, and 14-year-old Rebekah.

“It feels exciting because I was looking forward to it because my dad was going to be here,” said Emily as she gets ready to put on her cap and gown. “But he’s not going to be here.”

Emily says that since she was home schooled, in the future she would like to help other home school students like herself.

To donate to the Tittle family and help their life get back to normal, click on the link below:

http://www.bclr.org/tittle/
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