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Clearly, she's happy now, as one can see in her recent vacation photos with wife Ellen De Generes. BOISE -- The family of the Weiser woman reportedly kidnapped by her ex-husband and found dead after a head-on collision near Ontario says they had been fearing for her safety and their own for quite some time."A very wonderful person was taken from us on Monday," said Stacey Harmon-Roeber, Annita Harmon's sister.Harmon's family says she was a victim of domestic violence. She wants you to know the kind of woman Annita was so that she doesn't become a faceless victim of domestic violence."She was a good person," said Harmon-Roeber. She loved her kids a lot."RELATED: Victims in Ontario stabbing, crash identified Annita leaves behind an 18-year-old boy, who was attending college in Utah, and a 12-year old girl.Their faces have been blurred out in the pictures given to KTVB to protect their identity and safety."And I mean, these are girls who went to good colleges.You would think they’d have something better to do."In the same interview, his then-wife Tinsley chimed in, "Sometimes he forgets, when he’s on this subject, like: 'I know one of them.The collision killed the driver of the SUV, 38-year-old David Bates of Vale, the father of five young children.RELATED: Police: Charges pending against Nampa man after kidnapping, fatal head-on Investigators don't know yet if Annita died from the impact of the crash or was already dead.
Of course, it worked out for her, as half of the most famous lesbian couple in the world.That’s my wife.'"Mortimer is a great-grandson of Henry Morgan Tilford, a former president of Standard Oil and an early resident of Tuxedo Park, New York.