Iowa Children’s Museum Dedicates Exhibit to Employee Killed While on Job

CORALVILLE, Iowa -- A Coralville museum has dedicated an exhibit to an employee who was killed on the job.

The Iowa Children's Museum at Coral Ridge Mall opened the exhibit Saturday, which is dedicated to Andrea Farrington.

Farrington was shot to death by Alexander Kozak last June inside the mall. Kozak worked security at the mall and had a relationship with Farrington.

The exhibit is turquoise -- Farrington's favorite color -- and houses a turtle and some fish.

Farrington cared for the animals before she was killed.

Kozak is currently serving a life sentence without the possibility of parole.