(1 of ) Dolores and Bob Allen of Zeeland, Mich., say they are grateful for their unexpected abiity to live without rage at the person who killed their son, Jason and their future daughter-in-law, Lindsey Cutshall.
(2 of ) Lindsey Cutshall's pastor father, Chris Cutshall, still grieves for his daugther, yet he finds solace, he says, in knowing that he will join her in heaven one day.
(3 of ) Lindsey Cutshall is shown in the center of this photograph, held by her mother, Kathy Cutshall.
(4 of ) Jason Allen, 26, and Lindsay Cutshall, 22, took this photo of themselves days before they were found shot to death in August of 2004 on Fish Head Beach near Jenner.
(5 of ) A Sonoma County sheriff's helicopter drops off personnel at Fish Head Beach, north of Jenner, where Lindsay Cutshall and Jason Allen were discovered dead in sleeping bags in 2004. (Christopher Chung / PD, 2004)
(6 of ) Fish Head Beach, north of Jenner on Tuesday, May 20, 2014. Lindsay Cutshall and Jason Allen were shot to death in their sleeping bags on the beach in August 2004. (Christopher Chung / The Press Democrat)
(7 of ) Not far from the Cutshall home in At the Lafayette Cemetery in West Lafayette, Ohio is the headstone of Lindsay Cutshall and her fiance Jason Allen, who were shot and killed last year while they slept on a remote beach in Sonoma County. (The Sacramento Bee / Randy Pench, 2005)
(8 of ) Jason Allen and Lindsay Cutshall didn't just sign their names or leave a perfunctory we-were-here message in a spiral notebook left for visitors on a remote Jenner beach. 'The sun is going down in the horizon,' Cutshall, 22, wrote. 'All I see is the beams shining on the cliff face. And I know that God is awesome.'
'As I stir this Mac and Cheese,'' Allen, 26, penned afterward, 'I think to myself what a wonderful life. I've just spent two awesome days with my fiance Lindsay. Can life ever be so perfect.'