Matthew Friedman Death – The death of a 26-year-old first-year student at Cornell University is currently being investigated by the Ithaca Police Department. According to reports, Matthew Friedman, Marlboro, New Jersey passed away from possible Aneurysms – an artery with a weakening and bulging section. Aortic, brain, back of the knee, gastrointestinal, and splenic aneurysms are common. Internal bleeding and stroke can occur as a result of an aneurysm rupture. Sometimes it can even be fatal. The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences student was pronounced dead after he was found unresponsive at his dorm.
According to social media information, Matthew Friedman, a first-year Cornell University student at Cornell University’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences was located unresponsive in his residence hall room on April 12. He was later declared dead by responding EMS. “Matthew recently became a member of the Sigma Chi fraternity and was exploring ways to use his volunteer EMT experience on the Cornell campus, the University said.” Matthew was a volunteer a his hometown Emergency Medical Service Department.
Marlboro First Aid and Rescue Squad, Inc; Marlboro EMS grieves the loss of our friend and brother, Matthew Lawrence Friedman. Matt was an extraordinary, warm-hearted young man and a devoted member of our community. His spirit will live on in the lives he touched during his time with us. May memories of Matt bring comfort to his family and all who loved him.
Rest in peace, Matthew.
The 26-year-old man was located unresponsive inside his student dormitory which is located at the Court-Kay-Bauer Hall on Wednesday, April 12, Dean of CALS Ben Houlton and Dean of Students Marla Love wrote in a Thursday afternoon email to by The Sun. According to Cornell News, the biology student, “Friedman had a deep interest in neurobiology and behavior and planned to become a doctor after graduating from Cornell.”
Today at 5 p.m., Cornell will host a community support gathering at the Willard Straight Reading Library. Residents of CKB will be invited to another community support meeting today at 8:30 p.m. in the Donnelly Formal Lounge, and CALS students will be invited to one on Friday, April 14 at 4:30 p.m. in room 206 of Stimpson Hall.
Matthew Friedman Obituary and Funeral Arrangements will be Released by the Family
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