Aaron Bradley, died on 03/02/2012.
> The family welcomes the participation of the campus community in the
services. Aaron's viewing will be from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday, March 9, at
McChesney Funeral Home, located at 30 West Main Street in Moorestown
The funeral/memorial service will be at 11 a.m. Saturday, March 10, at
the First Presbyterian Church located at 101 Bridgeboro Road in
Moorestown (phone: 856-235-1688; directions:
http://fpcmoorestown.org/pages/page.asp?page_id=88687). A celebration
of Aaron's life will follow in the adjoining hall.
It is with great sorrow that I share the news of the death of Aaron
Bradley, a social work student in his senior year in the College of Arts
and Sciences, this past Friday evening, March 2.
The entire Rutgers-Camden community mourns the loss of a friend,
classmate, and talented student with tremendous potential for the
future. Aaron was an active member of so many aspects of our campus,
including Choir, Peer Mentor, Disability Advisory Council, DJ, and the
Social Work Student Organization. He was an active Residence Life
member and a passionate Rutgers-Camden advocate. Fellow classmates
describe him as "an amazing and inspiring person" whose "positive
attitude toward life is unforgettable," "with a contagious smile" and a
"welcome ear when times were tough."
> For those members of the Rutgers-Camden community who knew Aaron Bradley
and would like to share their thoughts, memories, and feelings, and
discuss ways to honor his memory, there will be a meeting in the
Multi-Purpose Room of the Campus Center at 4 p.m. today (Monday, March
5). Staff from Student Health Services will also be present. If you are
unable to come, but would like to talk or contribute ideas, please email
Mary Beth Daisey, Dean of Students, at email@example.com.
This is a difficult time for Aaron's family and close friends. On
behalf of the College of Arts and Sciences and the entire Rutgers-Camden
community, we share their sadness and extend our sincerest condolences.
Please keep them in your thoughts.
> We are all profoundly affected by these events. Counseling is available
for students through our Health Services Office on the second floor of
the Campus Center. I urge everyone who wishes to do so to avail
themselves of these services. Health Services may be reached at
> With my deepest sympathies,
> Dr. Kriste Lindenmeyer
> Dean, Faculty of Arts and Sciences