Brandon Robinson

Brandon Robinson, Denton :: He was a freshman majoring in broadcast journalism. Through his life, he was active in sports and church, participating in several mission trips, and he co-founded the Young Conservatives Club in high school.

Sara Mutschlechner

Sara Mutschlechner, Martindale :: She was a junior studying media arts with hopes of one day making movies. She was a member of the Zeta Tau Alpha sorority and participated in intramural soccer. She practiced Tae Kwon Do since the age of 4, earning her junior black belt and first degree black belt. She enjoyed playing the drums, piano and ukulele and she was a member of her high school’s drum line and mariachi and salsa bands. She also created art and wrote short stories and plays and appeared in several plays in high school. She frequently talked about traveling to Japan to teach English. Memorials may be made to the Department of Media Arts.

Adam Bonner

Adam Wayne Bonner, Chicago, Ill. :: He was last enrolled in summer 2012 as a student in sociocultural anthropology. He received a certificate to teach English as a second language and was planning to teach in South America. He was a twice-published poet.

François Prévost

François Xavier Prévost, Paris, France :: He was an exchange student at UNT in 2007. He headed a French advertising agency called LocalMedia after previously working for the Havas Media Group. He died in the November terrorist attacks in Paris while attending a concert at the Bataclan theater.

Burl Kirbie

Burl Gaynor Kirbie, Calgary, Alberta, Canada :: He was active in petroleum development and production throughout Texas, Oklahoma, Africa, North and South Dakota, and Alberta. While at North Texas in the late 1950s and early 1960s, he was active in the Geezles fraternity.

Gabriel Klein

Gabriel Klein, Denton :: He was enrolled as a sophomore and majoring in social science. He and his family moved to Denton in 1992, where he lived the remainder of his life. He was interested in natural science, languages, technology, political science and thought-provoking films. He is survived by his father Joseph Klein, Distinguished Teaching Professor and chair of the division of composition students at UNT College of Music.

Tahshal Kimani

Tahshal Fletcher Kimani, Denton :: She studied sociology as a postbaccalaureate student at UNT. Passionate about serving others in ministry, she graduated from World Harvest Bible College in 2002 with a degree in pastoral studies. She earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Texas Woman’s University. She received a certificate from the International Business School of Finance and Economics at Yunnan University in China after participating in UNT’s joint cultural and educational exchange program. She had hoped to return to China and help the poor.