The lifeless bodies of Kylie and Taylor Pifer, along with their mom Suzanne Taylor, were found in their Brunswick, Ohio home on Sunday. The family died of stab wounds, and they were all found tucked into Suzanne’s bed. The prime suspect in this triple murder George Brinkman has been apprehended by authorities after a nine-hour police standoff.
The 18-year-old Kylie Pifer was less than a week from her 19th birthday on June 16th. She was a graduate of North Royalton High School. Kylie was suppose to enter her sophomore year at Bowling Green State University this fall.
Jay Patton, a college friend, took to Facebook to commemorate Kylie. “Rest In Peace Kylie Pifer…you were one of the very first friends I made at BG & I will never forget you & the kindness you showed me I haven’t been able to stop crying since I heard the news…it still feels so unreal.”
During her time at Bowling Green, Kylie studied biology and was involved with the school’s theater program.
“It’s just not right and those kids were just starting out their life…they didn’t deserve it, none of them did,” family friend Rhonda Whitelock told WJW-TV.
In a Facebook photo from of Kylie graduating from high school in June 2016, we can read a touching comment written by her mother Suzanne Taylor. “I can’t believe both of my girls are so grown up. Freshman and junior in college in the fall. I am so proud. Great kids I have.”