The janitor was murdered by her husband: "God told me to do it"
Regan Gibbs, 25, who played football at the University of Kansas, was beaten to death by "excessive cruelty" by the man she married just six months ago.
Wednesday, May 18, 2022, 9:30 p.m.
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The University of Kansas issued a laconic announcement of the untimely death of former soccer team goalkeeper Reagan Gibbs, but then it turned out it was a murder by the husband and the shocking details made headlines in the U.S. media
. By Chad Mark, 26, whom she married only about six months ago, Mark was arrested in the two's apartment in Lawrence, Kansas, while sitting next to the body she caused "severe damage." In the first instance and because of the "excessive cruelty of the crime."
Hugh Wentz, who served as Gibbs' spiritual advisor and one of her friends, recounted the relationship between the two: "She tried to evade Chad for a long time. He was a little different and she was not really in his interest. She left the country and did not want to marry him, but he "He followed her and eventually convinced her to get married. When they returned to Lawrence, she was different. I felt something was wrong. When I was next to them, I noticed that he was very possessive towards her."
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Gibbs, a native of Washington, played football at the University of Kansas from 2015 to 2019 and defended the team goal in two NCAA tournaments during those four years.
Its absorption average was the lowest in the group's history.
Coach Mark Francis said: "We are heartbroken following the tragic loss of Reagan. She was a great teammate and a young woman who influenced many during her days here in Kansas. We will always remember the impact she had, on and off the field."
The members began raising money for the mother and Reagan's four younger sisters who are unable to afford to return the body home to Washington and hold the funeral, and their statement read: "Tuesday morning, Reagan's mother received a phone call that no parent expects to receive. Police informed her her daughter was murdered. "She was only 25 years old, a beautiful and heartfelt girl who loved people and Jesus. She was very sensitive to the homeless and she hoped to return to school to be a volunteer for volunteer doctors."