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Parents find phone message from slain Ohio deputy

The parents of an Ohio sheriff's deputy say that after learning she'd been shot to death in a standoff, they discovered a cheery recorded phone message from her.

The parents of an Ohio sheriff's deputy say that after learning she'd been shot to death in a standoff, they discovered a cheery recorded phone message from her.

Clark County Deputy Suzanne Hopper left a message wishing her mother a happy New Year about an hour before she was killed Saturday morning in the shooting at a campground.

Hopper's father, Charles Bauer, tells the Springfield News-Sun that he and his wife, Bonnie, broke down when they heard their daughter's voice.

Visitation for Hopper is scheduled for Thursday in Springfield, and a funeral for Friday.

The gunman in the standoff also died, and a second officer was wounded.

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Information from: Springfield News-Sun, http://www.springfieldnewssun.com

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