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Yuliya B. Kumirova

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Background

Employment History

Education

  • mathematics
    University of Tashkent
  • Master's Degree , Mathematics
Web References
Obituaries
www.jewishaz.com, 24 May 2004 [cached]
A memorial service for Yuliya Kumirova of Glendale was held April 15 at Phoenix Memorial Cemetery.
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Kumirova, a 38-year-old teacher at Trevor G. Browne High School and Glendale Community College, disappeared Oct. 31, 2003.Her body was found April 9.
She moved to Arizona from Uzbekistan in the former Soviet Union.
Case of missing Valley woman takes bizarre turn -- Yulia Kumirova
www.russianaz.org [cached]
Yuliya Kumirova's husband reported her missing Saturday morning and Glendale police are treating her disappearance as suspicious.
Kumirova, 38, was last seen at the L.A. Fitness on Bell Road in Glendale at about 8 p.m. Her white van was discovered in the parking lot just west of the building. Police said a "fairly large quantity" of blood was on the ground next to the vehicle.
Police do know that Kumirova made it inside the building. They said her membership card had been swiped. What happened to her after that, however, is a mystery.
Kumirova's husband called the police Saturday morning when she still had not come home.
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"Some employees [and Kumirova's husband] found her van in the parking lot."
A man who spoke to NewsChannel 3 but did not want to be identified told officers he saw a folded T-shirt and sneakers on the ground next to the van.
Kumirova is a white female of Russian descent and reportedly speaks little English. [Incorrect -- good English.] She is 5-feet, 3-inches tall, weighs 110 pounds and has brown hair and brown eyes.
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Kumirova, 38, was last seen at the L.A. Fitness on Bell Road in Glendale Halloween night.
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Kumirova is a white female of Russian descent and reportedly speaks little English. She is 5-feet, 3-inches tall, weighs 110 pounds and has brown hair and brown eyes.
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Brown said detectives found a 1997 red pickup truck that they believe was involved in the disappearance of Yuliya Kumirova.
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Kumirova, 38, was last seen at the L.A. Fitness Friday night. Brown said the man investigators believe to be the suspect had checked in at the gym just an hour before Kumirova arrived.
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According to Brown, witnesses reported seeing Kumirova arguing with a man outside the gym near where her van was found Saturday morning after her husband reported her missing.
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The white van that Yuliya Kumirova, 38, drove to an L.A. Fitness was found in club's parking lot Saturday morning along with large amounts of blood next to it.
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Cohen and other neighbors also said the man drove a pickup truck like one believed by Glendale police to have been used in the abduction of Yuliya B. Kumirova.
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On Monday, police put a red-over-gray Dodge pickup truck on display, saying it belonged to a dead man suspected of abducting or killing Kumirova.
They declined to discuss the circumstances leading to the man's death, other than to say an autopsy was pending and there were no signs of trauma.
Police also said the man's name won't be disclosed pending DNA analysis of blood stains found inside the truck.
Kumirova, 38, a math teacher at Trevor G. Browne High School, vanished Friday from the parking lot of the LA Fitness sports club, 5536 W. Bell Road, police said.
Her body hasn't been found and police believe that she has probably been killed.
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The discovery came after Yuliya B. Kumirova, 38, of Phoenix, vanished Oct. 31 from the parking lot of the LA Fitness sports club at 5536 W. Bell Road, police said.
Kumirova, who remains missing, worked as a math teacher at Trevor G. Browne High School and a part-time math instructor at Glendale Community College.
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Investigators are unsure of the relationship between Kumirova and Wieduwilt, if any, but say both were at the fitness club at the same time.
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At 10 am Saturday December 13, the family of Yuliya Kumirova will place flowers in the parking lot of LA Fitness at 5536 W. Bell Rd. near the location where she was last thought to be seen.
Large puddles of blood were found about 10 feet from her car along with her gym clothes. Weeks later the Glendale Police confirmed that the blood belonged to her but still can't explain her abduction or find her body.
Yuliya was the breadwinner for four people, her two teenage boys and her parents. They completely depended upon her aid and salary. Her husband works in a convenience store.
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On Halloween night October 31, Yuliya Kumirova was apparently abducted from the parking lot of LA Fitness at 5536 W. Bell Rd. Witnesses told police that a man who had been arguing with a woman threw her into his red Dodge pick-up truck about 10 pm.
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Yuliya was born in former U.S.S.R. in the city of Tashkent, Uzbekistan. At a small age she was a very curious person, from which she gained many talents. She was very good at drawing, dancing, gymnastics, and writing poems. She was also very smart and outgoing girl. Since first grade, she was getting all A's; and as she moved up, she received "student of the year" award after every grade. Her favorite subjects were math and chemistry. Yuliya had nine "student of the year" certificates out of nine that were possible to get. She was a valedictorian of her class when she graduated, and for her outstanding knowledge and perfect behavior she received the highest award possible -- a gold medal.
In 1982 she was accepted to University of Tashkent where she studied mathematics to become a math teacher. Five years later she received a Master's Degree in Mathematics, and for the next nine years she taught math in high school.
In 1996, Yuliya immigrated to the U.S. with her family; and here in Phoenix, in three years, she transferred her diploma to the American Master's Degree in Mathematics. Since 1999 she taught math at Trevor Browne High School and part-time at Glendale Community College. Yuliya was a very hard worker and had two jobs in order to give her two sons everything they ever dreamed about. She believed in power of law in the great land of America.
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Yuliya Kumirova, 38, was probably murdered, but no body has been found and expectations for a happy outcome to the case have long faded, according to Glendale police.
The grief of Kumirova's husband, two sons and parents was evident Saturday as they spoke for the first time about the unsolved mystery.
Dimitriy, 13, the youngest son, still hopes for a miraculous return of his mother, a math teacher at Trevor G. Browne High School.
Kumirova, a northwest Phoenix resident, also worked as a part-time instructor at Glendale Community College.
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Investigators believe Yuliya Kumirova was abducted Oct. 31 from the parking lot of the Glendale sports club.
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Andy Conovaloff, a family friend, said donations for the family can be made at any Arizona Federal Credit Union to the Contribution Account for Yuliya Kumirova - 533767 .
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The search for a GCC math adjunct teacher came to a heart-wrenching end on April 9 when police found the skeletal remains of Yuliya Kumirova in a desert west of Scottsdale.
Yuliya, whose name was pronounced like Julia but with a soft J, was abducted the evening of Oct. 31, at LA Fitness on 55th Avenue and Bell Road. The man suspected of kidnapping and murdering Kumirova from the gym parking lot was found dead Nov. 2 from a pill overdose.
The night Kumirova's remains were discovered, a Phoenix police officer was on duty at Pinnacle Peak Road. He found the skull first and the rest of the remains lying face down.
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Glendale police have made no connections between Kumirova and her murderer other than both having memberships at L.A. Fitness.
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Tom Foley, a math teacher at GCC, has sent out numerous e-mails to staff and students with updates on Kumirova since her disappearance last October..
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The memory of Yuliya Kumirova will live in on in the hearts and minds of those who knew her.
Murdered teacher
www.russianaz.org, 1 Jan 2004 [cached]
They found the skeletal remains of Yuliya B. Kumirova, 38, in the desert near Pinnacle Peak Road, just west of Scottsdale Road.
Kumirova - a wife, mother of two sons and a teacher - vanished before her workout on Oct. 31 from the park-ing lot of the LA Fitness workout center in Glendale. The following mor-ning, her husband reported her missing. Her van was found, with a large amount of blood, still parked at the fitness center.
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"It's just a surprise," said Vlad, 16, the older of Kumirova's two children.
He hopes that now, with their mother's body found, the family will be able to reach emotional and legal closure. Kumirova was a teacher at Trevor G. Brown High School in Phoenix. She emigrated with her family from Uzbekistan, a republic in central Asia that was part of the former Soviet Union. She taught math part time at Glendale Community College.
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Police don't believe there was any connection, beyond the fitness club membership, between Kumirova and Wieduwilt, a computer programmer who worked in Scottsdale.
Case of missing Valley woman takes bizarre turn -- Yulia Kumirova
russianaz.org [cached]
Yuliya Kumirova's husband reported her missing Saturday morning and Glendale police are treating her disappearance as suspicious.
Kumirova, 38, was last seen at the L.A. Fitness on Bell Road in Glendale at about 8 p.m.Her white van was discovered in the parking lot just west of the building.Police said a "fairly large quantity" of blood was on the ground next to the vehicle.
Police do know that Kumirova made it inside the building.They said her membership card had been swiped.What happened to her after that, however, is a mystery.
Kumirova's husband called the police Saturday morning when she still had not come home.
...
"Some employees [and Kumirova's husband] found her van in the parking lot."
A man who spoke to NewsChannel 3 but did not want to be identified told officers he saw a folded T-shirt and sneakers on the ground next to the van.
Kumirova is a white female of Russian descent and reportedly speaks little English. [Incorrect -- good English.] She is 5-feet, 3-inches tall, weighs 110 pounds and has brown hair and brown eyes.
...
Kumirova, 38, was last seen at the L.A. Fitness on Bell Road in Glendale Halloween night.
Her white van was discovered in the parking lot just west of the building.
...
Kumirova is a white female of Russian descent and reportedly speaks little English.She is 5-feet, 3-inches tall, weighs 110 pounds and has brown hair and brown eyes.
...
Brown said detectives found a 1997 red pickup truck that they believe was involved in the disappearance of Yuliya Kumirova.
...
Kumirova, 38, was last seen at the L.A. Fitness Friday night.Brown said the man investigators believe to be the suspect had checked in at the gym just an hour before Kumirova arrived.
...
According to Brown, witnesses reported seeing Kumirova arguing with a man outside the gym near where her van was found Saturday morning after her husband reported her missing.
...
The white van that Yuliya Kumirova, 38, drove to an L.A. Fitness was found in club's parking lot Saturday morning along with large amounts of blood next to it.
...
Cohen and other neighbors also said the man drove a pickup truck like one believed by Glendale police to have been used in the abduction of Yuliya B. Kumirova.
...
On Monday, police put a red-over-gray Dodge pickup truck on display, saying it belonged to a dead man suspected of abducting or killing Kumirova.
They declined to discuss the circumstances leading to the man's death, other than to say an autopsy was pending and there were no signs of trauma.
Police also said the man's name won't be disclosed pending DNA analysis of blood stains found inside the truck.
Kumirova, 38, a math teacher at Trevor G. Browne High School, vanished Friday from the parking lot of the LA Fitness sports club, 5536 W. Bell Road, police said.
Her body hasn't been found and police believe that she has probably been killed.
Reach the reporter at brent.whiting@arizonarepublic.com or (602) 444-6937.
Suspect's name is released
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The discovery came after Yuliya B. Kumirova, 38, of Phoenix, vanished Oct. 31 from the parking lot of the LA Fitness sports club at 5536 W. Bell Road, police said.
Kumirova, who remains missing, worked as a math teacher at Trevor G. Browne High School and a part-time math instructor at Glendale Community College.
...
Investigators are unsure of the relationship between Kumirova and Wieduwilt, if any, but say both were at the fitness club at the same time.
...
At 10 am Saturday December 13, the family of Yuliya Kumirova will place flowers in the parking lot of LA Fitness at 5536 W. Bell Rd. near the location where she was last thought to be seen.
Large puddles of blood were found about 10 feet from her car along with her gym clothes.Weeks later the Glendale Police confirmed that the blood belonged to her but still can't explain her abduction or find her body.
Yuliya was the breadwinner for four people, her two teenage boys and her parents.They completely depended upon her aid and salary.Her husband works in a convenience store.
...
On Halloween night October 31, Yuliya Kumirova was apparently abducted from the parking lot of LA Fitness at 5536 W. Bell Rd. Witnesses told police that a man who had been arguing with a woman threw her into his red Dodge pick-up truck about 10 pm.
...
Yuliya was born in former U.S.S.R. in the city of Tashkent, Uzbekistan.At a small age she was a very curious person, from which she gained many talents.She was very good at drawing, dancing, gymnastics, and writing poems.She was also very smart and outgoing girl.Since first grade, she was getting all A's; and as she moved up, she received "student of the year" award after every grade.Her favorite subjects were math and chemistry.Yuliya had nine "student of the year" certificates out of nine that were possible to get.She was a valedictorian of her class when she graduated, and for her outstanding knowledge and perfect behavior she received the highest award possible -- a gold medal.
In 1982 she was accepted to University of Tashkent where she studied mathematics to become a math teacher.Five years later she received a Master's Degree in Mathematics, and for the next nine years she taught math in high school.
In 1996, Yuliya immigrated to the U.S. with her family; and here in Phoenix, in three years, she transferred her diploma to the American Master's Degree in Mathematics.Since 1999 she taught math at Trevor Browne High School and part-time at Glendale Community College.Yuliya was a very hard worker and had two jobs in order to give her two sons everything they ever dreamed about.She believed in power of law in the great land of America.
...
Yuliya Kumirova, 38, was probably murdered, but no body has been found and expectations for a happy outcome to the case have long faded, according to Glendale police.
The grief of Kumirova's husband, two sons and parents was evident Saturday as they spoke for the first time about the unsolved mystery.
Dimitriy, 13, the youngest son, still hopes for a miraculous return of his mother, a math teacher at Trevor G. Browne High School.
Kumirova, a northwest Phoenix resident, also worked as a part-time instructor at Glendale Community College.
...
Investigators believe Yuliya Kumirova was abducted Oct. 31 from the parking lot of the Glendale sports club.
...
Andy Conovaloff, a family friend, said donations for the family can be made at any Arizona Federal Credit Union to the Contribution Account for Yuliya Kumirova - 533767.
...
The search for a GCC math adjunct teacher came to a heart-wrenching end on April 9 when police found the skeletal remains of Yuliya Kumirova in a desert west of Scottsdale.
Yuliya, whose name was pronounced like Julia but with a soft J, was abducted the evening of Oct. 31, at LA Fitness on 55th Avenue and Bell Road.The man suspected of kidnapping and murdering Kumirova from the gym parking lot was found dead Nov. 2 from a pill overdose.
The night Kumirova's remains were discovered, a Phoenix police officer was on duty at Pinnacle Peak Road.He found the skull first and the rest of the remains lying face down.
...
Glendale police have made no connections between Kumirova and her murderer other than both having memberships at L.A. Fitness.
The teacher, who also taught full time at Trevor Browne High School, was the primary financial support for her husband and two sons, age 13 and 16.
The math teacher, who came from Uzbekistan with her family, was loved by her students.Past Voice articles quoted staff and students as saying she made math fun and connected with people she instructed.
Tom Foley, a math teacher at GCC, has sent out numerous e-mails to staff and students with updates on Kumirova since her disappearance last October..
...
The memory of Yuliya Kumirova will live in on in the hearts and minds of those who knew her.
Murdered teacher
russianaz.org, 1 Jan 2004 [cached]
They found the skeletal remains of Yuliya B. Kumirova, 38, in the desert near Pinnacle Peak Road, just west of Scottsdale Road.
Kumirova - a wife, mother of two sons and a teacher - vanished before her workout on Oct. 31 from the park-ing lot of the LA Fitness workout center in Glendale.The following mor-ning, her husband reported her missing.Her van was found, with a large amount of blood, still parked at the fitness center.
...
"It's just a surprise," said Vlad, 16, the older of Kumirova's two children.
He hopes that now, with their mother's body found, the family will be able to reach emotional and legal closure.Kumirova was a teacher at Trevor G. Brown High School in Phoenix.She emigrated with her family from Uzbekistan, a republic in central Asia that was part of the former Soviet Union.She taught math part time at Glendale Community College.
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Police don't believe there was any connection, beyond the fitness club membership, between Kumirova and Wieduwilt, a computer programmer who worked in Scottsdale.
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