The News Service
A Statement to the Campus Community on the Death of Anthony Abanto
Staff from the Office of Student Life, the Chaplains Office, and Psychological Services will be available to members of the Brown University community following the death of Anthony Abanto.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Paul Armstrong, dean of the College, and David A. Greene, vice president for campus life and student services, sent the following message by e-mail this evening to all members of the Brown University community.
Dear Brown Faculty, Staff, and Students,
We are deeply saddened to inform the community of the passing of Anthony Abanto ’06.5. He was found dead in his residence hall room early Tuesday evening.
Anthony was a mathematics concentrator who attended the Harrow School in England before enrolling at Brown.
On Thursday afternoon at 4 p.m., representatives from Student Life, the Chaplains Office, and Psychological Services will be available to meet with members of the community in the Memorial Room on the second floor of Faunce House. Support services are also available through those offices on an ongoing basis. Students in need of immediate support at times other than normal business hours are encouraged to contact the dean on call through Public Safety at 863-3322.
Our thoughts are with the Abanto family and friends during this difficult time.
David A. Greene