Kyle Kulling

Kyle Kulling, Fort Worth. He was a junior in the College of Business who loved video games, strategy games, running, kayaking, anime, animals and being outdoors.

Gabriel Sean Aubergine

Gabriel Sean Aubergine, Frisco, was a senior human resource management major in the G. Brint Ryan College of Business. He was dedicated to his faith and family, and cherished opportunities to help others. He enjoyed pizza and mint chocolate chip ice cream and was a fan of Lord of the Rings and Star Wars.

Andrew Alainz

Andrew Alainz, Alice. A junior in the College of Health and Public Service, he served in the U.S. Army for five years as a medic stationed in Texas and was deployed to Iraq. He later earned an associate degree at Austin Community College and hoped to pursue a career in social work. Devoted to his nephews, Andrew loved cats, enjoyed reading and debating books, playing chess and other games, and watching the Dallas Cowboys.

Evan Alan Moore

Evan Alan Moore, Cedar Hill. He was a freshman studying kinesiology and minoring in psychology. At UNT, he helped form a Bible study group and was a beloved member of the women’s basketball team as a practice player, as well as a member of the men’s basketball sports club.

Mick Atchley Morgan

Mick Atchley Morgan, Teague. A junior liberal arts and social sciences major, he served as a firefighter in the U.S. Air Force while stationed at McGuire Air Force Base in New Jersey. Following an honorable discharge, he attended Sam Houston State University and transferred to UNT, where he participated in unionized labor activism. An avid reader and lover of music, he was interested in advocating for workers’ rights.

Jose “Aaron” Martinez

Jose “Aaron” Martinez, Dallas. A pre-business major at UNT’s G. Brint Ryan College of Business, he was a hard worker and was paying his way through college with his job as a trainer at Whataburger. He valued his family and friends and spent time with them whenever he could.