Lt Cailin Foster Wiki – Lt Cailin Foster Biography
Lt. Cailin Foster of Monument, Colorado, died off-campus, according to the announcement. She was studying for an MBA after graduating from the US Air Force Academy. Foster achieved the rank of 2nd Lieutenant and was stationed at the Air Force Research Laboratory at Wright Air Force Base- Patterson.
UD will honor her as one of the veterans she prayed for during her annual Veterans Day Mass on Thursday at 12:30 pm. Remembrance candles will line a commemorative photo of Foster in the Chapel of the Immaculate Conception, said the university. The university also provided resources for students struggling during this time of grief on campus. The Counseling Center, UD Office of Military and Veterans Programs and Services, and Campus Ministry are available to assist students at this time.
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Lt Cailin Foster Cause of Death
The University of Dayton mourns the off-campus death this week of a graduate student from Monument, Colorado. Second Lieutenant Cailin Foster was a freshman MBA student and graduated from the US Air Force Academy which was stationed at the Air Force Research Laboratory at Wright Air Force Base- Patterson, according to a letter to the campus community from the university president, Eric Spina.
Foster will be among those included in prayers during the college’s annual Veterans Day Mass at 12:30 p.m. Thursday at the Chapel of the Immaculate Conception, where a photographic memorial for Foster was installed. “This has been a difficult week,” the ad read. “If he is suffering, know that there are people on campus who can help him.”
The campus community learned Saturday night that Franco Patino and Parker Spindle had died over the weekend. Patiño was one of eight killed during a crowd surge at Astroworld, a concert hosted by rapper Travis Scott, in Houston.
In response to the multiple student deaths, the students also received a letter from the Vice President of Student Development, William M. Fischer. The letter encouraged students to seek out available resources and focus on self-care. “The bottom line is that your health and safety are the highest priorities,” Fischer said. “While this has been a difficult week, we are comforted to know that together we can take steps to help each other through this difficult time.”