Lipscomb lost a loved member of its community Nov. 9 with the death of Anthony Kuh, a 31-year-old student and Army veteran from Clarksville, Tennessee. He joined the Lipscomb family as an online student last summer.
President Randy Lowry said “[Kuh] completed several deployments and served in the Signal Corps as an imagery analyst.”
Kuh’s passing came as a result of heart attack complications. Lowery shared this information with Lipscomb students in an email on Tuesday.
Sam Lynn and Jimmie Handley, who are in charge of Lipscomb’s Office of Veterans Services both said that Kuh had been looking forward to his future and the work he could do after getting a Lipscomb degree.
There have been no finalized plans announced for Kuh’s remembrance yet, but Lowry assured that the plans will be communicated to students when they’re arranged.
“Anthony is survived by his wife, Colleen, and their four young children, among other family and friends,” said Lowry.
“Please join me in praying for Anthony’s family, his classmates, his friends and everyone who loved him,” said Lowry.
(Know that you don’t have to go through grief alone, and if you are in need of grief counseling, you can reach out to the University Counseling Center.)