University of Utah medical residency students held a teary-eyed vigil for a classmate from San Francisco who authorities say was killed by her boyfriend in a murder-suicide.

The Salt Lake Tribune reports that they told stories Monday night about 27-year-old Sarah Hawley being an “adventurer” who liked to go on hikes and organized a “Friendsgiving” for residency students.A slide show played with pictures of Hawley gardening, rock climbing, cooking, hiking and playing with Legos at a hospital.

Classmate Sara Walker says Hawley will be greatly missed. She says Hawley was a wonderful doctor who focused on women’s health, pediatric care and wilderness medicine. Hawley graduated from medical school at the University of California, San Francisco

Police say Hawley was killed by boyfriend Travis Geddes in their Salt Lake City home on Jan. 27. The investigation into what happened and why is ongoing.

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In this June 20, 2018 photo provided by the University of Utah, medical residency student Sarah Hawley poses for a photo in Salt Lake City. (David Titensor, University of Utah via AP)
In this June 20, 2018 photo provided by the University of Utah, medical residency student Sarah Hawley poses for a photo in Salt Lake City. (David Titensor, University of Utah via AP)
From the left, Winston Plunkett, wife Lesley Plunkett and Aaron Gale weep as fellow medical interns and faculty recount stories and memories in the honor and memory of Sarah Hawley during the University of Utah's School of Medicine's candlelight vigil in Salt Lake City, Utah, Monday, Feb. (Leah Hogsten/The Salt Lake Tribune via AP)
From the left, Winston Plunkett, wife Lesley Plunkett and Aaron Gale weep as fellow medical interns and faculty recount stories and memories in the honor and memory of Sarah Hawley during the University of Utah’s School of Medicine’s candlelight vigil in Salt Lake City, Utah, Monday, Feb. (Leah Hogsten/The Salt Lake Tribune via AP)
Susan Cochella, left, hugs Sara Walker as fellow medical interns and faculty recount stories and memories in the honor and memory of Sarah Hawley during the University of Utah's School of Medicine's candlelight vigil in Salt Lake City,, Monday, Feb. (Leah Hogsten/The Salt Lake Tribune via AP)
Susan Cochella, left, hugs Sara Walker as fellow medical interns and faculty recount stories and memories in the honor and memory of Sarah Hawley during the University of Utah’s School of Medicine’s candlelight vigil in Salt Lake City,, Monday, Feb. (Leah Hogsten/The Salt Lake Tribune via AP)
Fellow interns, faculty and acquaintances of Sarah Hawley from the University of Utah's School of Medicine link arms during a candlelight vigil in Salt Lake City, Utah, Monday, Feb. (Leah Hogsten/The Salt Lake Tribune via AP)
Fellow interns, faculty and acquaintances of Sarah Hawley from the University of Utah’s School of Medicine link arms during a candlelight vigil in Salt Lake City, Utah, Monday, Feb. (Leah Hogsten/The Salt Lake Tribune via AP)