Natalie, Regina, John & Graham Tobin Death – Shaker Heights Family Found Dead – Cause Of Death?
Investigations are currently going following the death of two teenagers and two adults whose lifeless bodies were found on Sunday in their home on South Woodland Road near Torrington Road. Officers found the four dead while conducting a welfare check at the home about 2:20 p.m. Sunday.
The Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner has identified the victims of the tragic incident.
The four deceased were identified as Regina Tobin, 58; John Tobin, 57; Natalie Tobin, 15; and Graham Tobin, 15. The case is being treated as a suspected murder-suicide. Graham and Natalie were twins.
Information from the Medical Examiner’s confirmed that Regina, Natalie and Graham Tobin died in suspected homicides. But John Tobin nature of death was not disclosed. Still yet the actual cause, what killed or led to their demise has not been made public.
Gilmour Academy were Graham Tobin was an incoming freshman has released a statement regarding the sad demise of Graham.
According to the Head of School Kathy Kenny in the statement described Graham’s death as a devasting one.
“We are devastated by this tragic news,” Kenny said in the statement. “Graham was a member of our incoming freshman class and expressed so much positive anticipation during last week’s freshman orientation. Our prayers are with the entire extended Tobin family.”
Natalie Tobin was a freshman at the Laurel School, Head of Laurel School Ann V. Klotz said in a statement.
“Our hearts are broken,” Klotz said. “Natalie came to Laurel in the Eighth Grade—a bookworm, scholar and volleyball player, she was a gentle, warm and thoughtful friend, looking forward with joy to Upper School.”
The Gilmour Academy pen down their heartfelt condolences to Tobin’s who were hit by this tragic loss.
Gilmour Academy is mourning the loss of Graham Tobin. “We are devastated by this tragic news,” Gilmour Academy school officials said. “Graham was a member of our incoming freshman class and expressed so much positive anticipation during last week’s freshman orientation. Our prayers are with the entire extended Tobin family.”