The Weigel Family Issues a Statement After Confirmation of Tyrone Adair’s Death
This statement was issued through the City of Madison, WI. Tyrone Adair murdered two women, one current and one previous girlfriend along with the two baby daughters he had fathered with them on December 3. His body was found yesterday in an SUV in a wooded area in Cottage Grove, WI. He had shot himself to death.
The Weigel family is grateful that the search for Tyrone Adair is over and now families can begin to gain a sense of closure. However, we are deeply saddened by all of the loss that everyone is experiencing.
Our love and support goes out to Tracy Judd’s family and the Adair family. In particular, we want to thank the Adair family for their cooperation with authorities in their efforts to find Tyrone. Amber always said she could not have asked for a better family for Neveah to have been born into.
At a time like this, where the act of evil can cause us to question or possibly cause a bump in our faith, we are instead remembering the importance of never taking life or love for granted. We also believe in the importance of seeking out personal healing, because oftentimes things like this happen because people can’t deal with their struggles in life.
Even though we will never truly know or understand why any of this has happened, our family has chosen to celebrate Amber and Neveah’s lives, which we will be doing this weekend at Olbrich’s Botanical Gardens.”
A spokesperson for the Weigels, Michaela Purdue, said no member of the family at present is ready to give interviews.
At least for now, no family members are blaming the Adairs for what has happened. Sometimes, even in the best of families, nature throws out a curve ball. I once knew a woman who was quite conservative, served on a grand jury, and yet had a schizophrenic twin son who sometimes didn’t take his medication and was sporadically employed. The other son was okay and held a degree and a career position.
I suggest that yall who live here in or around Madison support and show the Weigels respect at their celebration of Amber and Neveah’s lives at the Olbrich Gardens this weekend. When I am able, I will send further information regarding this ceremony.