Flags will be at half-staff and the Student Union’s Pegasus seal will be covered with tea-light candles and yellow roses April 11 for an Eternal Knights Memorial Service honoring 18 students who passed away in the past 12 months.
Those being honored are:
Jesus Beato, College of Engineering & Computer Science, civil engineering
Carolyn Bohl, College of Sciences, psychology
Albert DeLaere, College of Education & Human Performance, educational leadership, M.Ed.
Ashley Doby, College of Education & Human Performance, elementary education
Monica Everton, College of Engineering & Computer Science, engineering
Juan Guerrero, College of Business, finance
Ethan Halverson, College of Engineering & Computer Science, electrical engineering
Tyber Harrison, College of Business, management
Benjamin Hubbard, College of Sciences, mathematics
Kailyn Jones, College of Health & Public Affairs, health sciences – pre-clinical
Jordan Koch, College of Arts & Humanities, digital media
Hastings Kofkin, College of Education & Human Performance, sport and exercise science
Willys Michel, College of Education & Human Performance, educational leadership, Ph.D.
Griffin Moody, College of Engineering & Computer Science, computer engineering
Thanh Pham, College of Sciences, biology
Michael Rosenblum, College of Business, finance
Eric Torres, College of Undergraduate Studies, interdisciplinary studies
Maureen Tremel, College of Nursing, nursing, Ph.D.
In its 17th year, Eternal Knights is an occasion for the UCF community, family and friends together to remember the lives of those lost. All are welcome to a 3:30 p.m. ceremony in the Student Union Pegasus Ballroom where President John C. Hitt and Maribeth Ehasz, vice president of Student Development and Enrollment Services, will speak.
The UCF community also is invited to join a 36-second, campus-wide moment of silence at 3:30 p.m. April 11. This represents two seconds for each Eternal Knight.
For more on the Eternal Knights ceremony, see here.