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Michael Lang Lagrange Death – Obituary: Michael Lang has left friends, family and loved ones heart-broken as the news surrounding the death of Michael Lang was announced. Information about the death of the deceased was released across social media on October 22, 2020.

We mourn with the family of Michael Lang, we understand how disheartening they could be right now, so we are sending our thoughts and prayers to the people affected.

Michael Lang, 18, a first-year student in the College of Arts and Sciences from LaGrange, Illinois, died Thursday, Oct. 22, following a lengthy hospitalization, UD says.

The university said Lang left campus Sept. 13 to return home for remote study.

“We extend our deepest sympathy and prayers to his family, friends, professors and our campus community,” University President Eric F. Spina wrote in a letter today to students, faculty and staff.

The letter said campus ministers, housing and residence life, and counseling staff are always available for those in the campus community who may be deeply affected by this loss.

The University said they will offer prayerful support in the Chapel of the Immaculate Conception today. Campus community members are welcome to come any time between 3:30 and 5 p.m. to light a candle of remembrance and to pray for Michael and all who grieve this loss.

Read Spina’s letter in full here:

Oct. 23, 2020
Dear University of Dayton students, faculty and staff,
We write today with the very sad news that our campus community has lost a student apparently due to complications from COVID-19. Michael Lang, 18, a first-year student in the College of Arts and Sciences from LaGrange, Illinois, passed away Thursday, Oct. 22 following a lengthy hospitalization. Michael left campus on Sept. 13 to return home for remote study.

The loss of Michael calls our campus community to honor his memory and support those who are affected by his passing. Please respect the family’s request for privacy at this time.
We extend our deepest sympathy and prayers to his family, friends, professors and our campus community. Campus ministers, housing and residence life, and counseling staff are always available for you and for those you know who may be deeply affected by this loss. Find those resources at Flyer Families under Student Resources.

The University will offer prayerful support in the Chapel of the Immaculate Conception today, Friday, Oct. 23. Campus community members are welcome to come any time between 3:30 – 5 p.m. to light a candle of remembrance and to pray for Michael and all who grieve this loss.
We pray for comfort and peace for each of you,
Eric F. Spina
President
William M. Fischer, J.D.
Vice President for Student Development
Crystal Sullivan
Executive Director of Campus Ministry

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