Nicole Laube remembered as loving mom, sister, friend

BEAVERTON, Ore. – Family and friends filled a Beaverton church Thursday night to remember a mother stabbed to death outside a Cedar Mill apartment complex earlier this month.

Nicole Laube, 29, of Forest Grove, was working at the Commons at Timber Creek Apartment Complex when she was attacked on Aug. 19. According to investigators, she was hanging fliers in the parking lot when she was murdered.

People who knew Laube said she was a kind person with no enemies. She left behind a husband and three children. Her father is a Hillsboro pastor.

More: Friends: Woman stabbed in Cedar Mill had no enemies

Thursday was Laube and her husband's fourth wedding anniversary.

"August 28, 2010. Many of you were with me when I stood before the lord and said my vows to Nicole," said Chris Laube. "Today, August 28, 2014, you're all with me when I celebrate my fourth anniversary. Happy anniversary, babe. I love you, I miss you and I'll always be thankful for the time we had together."

Laube's father, Rich Jones, asked for help when he spoke to the crowd at Southwest Bible Church.

"We need information, we need help," Jones said. "And I'm asking. Somebody has information. Somebody knows something. And I'm asking. Would you call?"

Background: Search for clues in Cedar Mill stabbing death

The Washington County Sheriff's Office still has not been able to obtain enough information to identify Laube's killer. No suspect description has been released.

Tenants in the building called 911 to report the stabbing, but it appears no one saw the actual attack.

Anyone with information that may help investigators was encouraged to call the Washington County Sheriff's Office.

Family and friends were raising money for a reward for information that leads to an arrest and conviction in the case.

Related: Reward climbs in Laube murder after friends donate money


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