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Vigils held for Pike Co. triple homicide victims

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Julie Hartsfield, 54, and daughter Dana Hill, 33, were found shot to death at the home of Dana's estranged husband, Tim Hall. (Photo source: SAU Magnolia Welcome Center) Julie Hartsfield, 54, and daughter Dana Hill, 33, were found shot to death at the home of Dana's estranged husband, Tim Hall. (Photo source: SAU Magnolia Welcome Center)
A vigil was Tuesday night at Wadley Regional Medical Center Tuesday night, where 33-year-old Dana Hill worked. A vigil was Tuesday night at Wadley Regional Medical Center Tuesday night, where 33-year-old Dana Hill worked.
About 50 people attended a vigil for Julie Hartsfield Tuesday afternoon at SAU Magnolia Tuesday afternoon. About 50 people attended a vigil for Julie Hartsfield Tuesday afternoon at SAU Magnolia Tuesday afternoon.
Autumn Hartsfield, 9, was found critically injured in the back of her mother's car. She later died at a Hot Springs hospital. (Photo source: SAU Magnolia Welcome Center) Autumn Hartsfield, 9, was found critically injured in the back of her mother's car. She later died at a Hot Springs hospital. (Photo source: SAU Magnolia Welcome Center)
Timothy Allen Hill showed no emotion or reaction while making his first appearance in Pike County District Court Monday morning. Timothy Allen Hill showed no emotion or reaction while making his first appearance in Pike County District Court Monday morning.
MAGNOLIA, AR (KSLA) -

Co-workers, friends and family remembered the victims of Saturday's triple homicide in southwest Arkansas with vigils Tuesday evening.

54-year-old Julie Hartsfield, her 33-year-old daughter Dana Hill and her 9-year-old granddaughter Autumn were all found fatally shot at the Delight, Arkansas home of Dana Hill's estranged husband on Saturday evening.

43-year-old Timothy Hill is being held in connection with the killings.

Julie Hartsfield worked in the Alumni Office at Southern Arkansas University Magnolia. About 50 people attended a vigil in her memory Tuesday evening.

Friends say Hartsfield, who worked SAU for 15 years, touched many with her friendly, caring and loving spirit. Visitors may bring flowers, candles or memorabilia to the memorial.

Dana Hill worked at Wadley Regional Medical Center. A vigil is planned in her memory for Tuesday night at 9 p.m. at the hospital.

Hill was ordered held on $1M bond in Pike County District Court on Monday. He is expected back in court next Monday for an arraignment hearing, where he is expected to be formally charged.

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