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THOMASVILLE, N.C. — The front counter at Elizabeth’s Pizza on Liberty Drive usually is crowded.

But this week it’s filled with pictures and an apron belonging to Tammy Sellers Holland who was a waitress there for 10 years.

Early Tuesday morning, Randolph County Sheriff’s Deputies found Holland’s body on the floor of her home in Trinity. Deputies say she was stabbed to death.

“We feel like want to pay some respect to her,” said manager Gino DiPuorto. “We want to make sure everybody knows we miss her.”

DiPuorto says Holland was also a friend.

“She was like family,” he said.

He says Holland was energetic, kind, and a hard worker.

“She never missed a day of work in 10 years,” he said.

Deputies haven’t made any arrests in the murder.

It’s a loss co-workers and hundreds of customers who Holland served throughout the years say will leave a hole in the restaurant and in their hearts.

“She was a great person, great great person,” DiPuorto said. “I’m going to miss her.”

The investigation is still ongoing. Anyone with information is asked to call Randolph County Sheriff’s Office at 336-318-6699 or Randolph County Crime Stoppers at 336-672-7463.