Nicholas Sheahen

Nicholas Sheahen, Keller :: He was an incoming freshman who had dreamed of attending UNT since he was 8 years old.

Holden Gassaway Stucky

Holden Gassaway Stucky, Denton :: He was a junior studying philosophy and had graduated from the Selwyn School, where he was an AP Scholar. He enjoyed cooking, was a craft beer connoisseur, loved cats and was known for traveling the campus on his longboard. As a youth, he sang with the Amarillo Boy Choir, participated in Boy Scouts and performed in Denton Community Theatre and Selwyn School productions.

Christian Scherff

Christian Scherff, Colleyville :: He was enrolled as a freshman biology major with dreams of becoming a doctor. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, playing baseball and working on sports cars, even building an award-winning diesel truck for his father.

Winston Clay Coffey

Winston Clay Coffey, Oglesby :: He was a junior studying kinesiology. He served in the U.S. Army in Iraq from 2009 to 2010. He had attended North Lakes Community College in Irving and was the president of the Student Veterans Association there.

Alexis Jewette Sanchez

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Alexis Jewette Sanchez, Corpus Christi :: She studied audiology and was last enrolled at UNT in the summer of 2015. She enjoyed traveling and cooking.

Margaret King

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Margaret King (’10 M.S., ’13 M.S.), Haltom City :: She worked as a custodian at UNT, had earned master’s degrees in information science and computer education and cognitive systems, and was a graduate student in interdisciplinary studies.

Melvin Howard Moffitt Jr.

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Melvin Howard Moffitt Jr. (’92 M.S.), Double Oak :: He served in the U.S. Army where he received the Army Commendation Medal, the Purple Heart for wounds received in action and the Bronze Star. He was a member of the President’s Council at UNT and established the Dr. Jon Young Endowed Fund to support graduate students in educational psychology at the College of Education.

Robert Patrick ‘Pat’ Clay

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Robert Patrick ‘Pat’ Clay (’78), San Antonio :: He made a successful career in radio sales with KONO-KITY in San Antonio. As a top producer in San Antonio’s bilingual media market, he was recruited for the sales manager position by the largest rock station in the Rio Grande Valley in the late 1980s. After starting a family, Pat eventually relocated to San Antonio, where he launched Pat Clay Realtors. He is preceded in death by his mother Elena Fayne White (’42), and survived by brothers Mike (’78) and Joe (’83).

Jeffrey Robb

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Jeffrey Robb (’75, ‘93 M.A.), Denton :: He was a government professor, director of legal studies and pre-law advisor at Texas Women’s University. He practiced law for 15 years in the private sector and in the Judge Advocate General’s Corps of the U.S. Navy before working at TWU. He collected butterflies and moths and helped developed The Bettye Myers Butterfly Garden at TWU.

James R. Sorenson

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James R. Sorenson (’73), Fort Worth :: He worked for General Dynamics and Lockheed-Martin for more than 35 years, procuring parts for the F-16 project during that time. His hobbies included rock collecting in New Mexico and Colorado. At North Texas, he was a member of the Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity and served on its Alumni Control Board during the time when a new chapter house was built on Greek Row in 1992.

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