Remembering Caitlin Wooten

By: KXII Staff Email
By: KXII Staff Email

ADA, Okla. -- Ada residents are scheduled to pause and remember Caitlin Wooten next weekend, but on Friday night Mayor Frank Stout is set to make a proclamation at the football game.

Lawmakers and special guests, including Governor Brad Henry, will be on hand for the occasion.

Caitlin was kidnapped from the high school parking lot two years ago and then murdered.

"When we lost Caitlin, everyone felt that they were losing one of their closest friends and relatives. It hurt all of us. It's another way for this community to heal, to come together and celebrate Caitlin’s memory," said Mark Bratcher with the City of Ada.

Wooten would have been 18 years old this year.


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  • by Tyler Location: Denison,tx on Sep 24, 2007 at 11:20 AM
    i didnt know caitlin but it sickens me that someone would even think about doing this to such a beautiful and talented young lady im 17 myself and me just think about losing my life this early to murder is just hard to even think about....ill keep Caitlin and her family in prayer..im sorry such a sad thing had to happen.....I know god is happy with such a good youg lady with him. R.I.P Caitlin Wooten..
  • by madmom Location: Oklahoma on Sep 24, 2007 at 07:53 AM
    It is the police dept. fault for Caitlin' death. Faye Sliger, you were Lucky that you didn't get it for drugs, just almost murder. You could have got 30yrs. . Then everyone that has the same last name could have the drug dog brought in on them, if they ever get stopped. Tehy don't have to have proff now days or did they ever, remember the "The Innocent Man". Goes to show how Pontotoc works!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • by Betty Location: Ada on Sep 22, 2007 at 06:40 PM
    This still sickens and saddens me to think about this young life being lost. The fact that it could have been prevented if that monster would have been kept locked away where he belonged. TO the family of Caitlin, God Bless You and I hope you are starting the healing process, although it will for sure be a long one.. Take care, you are in our prayers....
  • by Kerry Location: Calera (use to live in Ada) on Sep 21, 2007 at 04:33 PM
    Wish I could be there to remember Caitlin she lives in our hearts..she may be gone but never forgotten God has a very special young lady up there with him I hope her family is doing well and I wish them all the best. R.I.P. Caitlin we love you and miss you
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