What we know about the four victims killed in the Saint Francis mass shooting

TULSA, Okla. — Tulsa police released a statement honoring the four people shot to death Wednesday in a mass shooting at Saint Francis Medical Center.

The victims have been identified as Dr. Preston Phillips, Dr. Stephanie Husen, Amanda Glenn and William Love.

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Dr. Preston Phillips, 59-years-old

Dr. Phillips was a 1990 graduate of Harvard Medical School and completed two fellowships at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Bostin in 1986 and 1996. Dr. Phillips earned advanced degrees in organic chemistry and pharmacology, as well as theology from Emory University.

He most recently worked as a board-certified orthopedic surgeon with an interest in spinal surgery and joint reconstruction. This included joint replacements and treatment for fractures.

President and CEO of Saint Francis Health System called Dr. Phillips’s death, “the ultimate loss for Saint Francis and for Tulsa.”

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Dr. Stephanie Husen, 48-years-old

Dr. Husen was a sports and internal medicine specialist with the Warren Clinic in Tulsa. She graduated from Oklahoma State University Center for Health Services Medical School in 2000. She completed her residency at Greenville Memorial High School in South Carolina.

She completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Oklahoma and was a member of the Chi Omega Sorority.

The chapter shared a message on Facebook: “Today we mourn the loss of one of our own members of PC’92. Our hearts are with the family and loved ones who lost such an incredible woman. She was known and loved by so many and will always be remembered. No words could ever take away the pain of those affected, but know that we are here in full support and will continue to pray.”

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Amanda Dawn Glenn, 40-years-old

Glenn’s family describes her as a full-devoted wife and mother, loving sister and daughter. A true servant’s heart, Glenn always put everyone else first. She was the happiest just being with her family, especially her sons and husband.

Glenn worked in the medical field for over 18 years. Her family also said she always had the brightest smile and kindest spirit.

She is survived by her husband, Jonathan Glenn, and two songs, Gabe Glenn and Ian Glenn.

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William Love, 73-years-old

Love was married to Deborah Love on Aug. 13, 1967.

He was a retired Army First Sergeant with 27 years of service. He served one tour in Vietnam.

Love loved traveling and spending time with his family. He is survived by his brother, James Love, daughters and their spouses, Karen Love and John Wood, Cheryl and Bobby Lowry, and eight grandchildren and six great grandchildren.

Love’s family said that at the time of the shooting, Love heard the gunshots and knew his wife would not be able to escape the building on her own.

He sacrificed his life for her.

The Tulsa Community Foundation has a Saint Francis Emergency Fund setup to help those impacted by the shooting. If you would like to help, visit their website.