“We’ve got middle school kids and high school kids who may need to see a counselor because they had her in class and she was that important to them,” he said.
“They were just very sweet people,” he said.
Indiana real estate records show Shirley’s house had been for sale for a year until it was taken off the market in March.
• Associated Press writer Charles Wilson in Indianapolis and researchers Lynn Dombek and Rhonda Shafner in New York contributed to this report.
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