The last surviving parent of the four Kent State University students killed on campus in May 1970 has died, the Jewish Telegraphic Agency reports.

Elaine Holstein, the mother of 20-year-old victim Jeffrey Miller, was 96. She died Saturday.

Miller’s body was featured in a Pulitzer Prize-winning photo taken by John Filo shortly after the shooting May 4 by the Ohio National Guard. In addition to Miller, Allison Krause, Sandra Scheuer and William Schroeder also were killed.

Holstein, during an earlier interview with the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, said she struggled seeing the photo of her son.

“In the first year, I was just running,” she said. “We drove across country to California, and walked into a place, and there was that photo, wall-sized, of Jeff lying there. I felt like someone was hitting me on the head, just pounding me. I think what’s happened over time is that’s how Jeff looked when he was lying in bed, so the only way I can bear to look at it is to think that’s Jeff sleeping.

“I kind of resent the fact that everyone knows Jeff as the figure on the ground and not as he really was.”