Thea Cassidy Obituary
Tragic news has shaken the Millersville University community, as 18-year-old freshman Thea Cassidy was found lifeless in a vehicle situated in the campus’s parking garage in Lancaster County. The news was confirmed by Dr. Stephen Diamantoni, the Lancaster County Coroner, who arrived at the scene after the discovery was made. The young student, legally named Samuel Cassidy, was declared dead at approximately 9:21 a.m. on Friday morning.
Upon initial examination, Dr. Diamantoni reported that no signs of suspicious activity were apparent at the site of Cassidy’s death. While a comprehensive investigation is underway, preliminary assessments suggest no foul play.
As a newcomer to the Millersville University family, Cassidy’s untimely demise leaves us all with a profound sense of loss and unanswered questions. The coroner’s office has transferred the body to the Lancaster County Forensic Centre for further scrutiny. Although no official cause or manner of death has been declared, the final ruling is pending the ongoing investigation’s results. Notably, Dr. Diamantoni stated that an autopsy has not been scheduled at this point in time.
It’s difficult to find the right words during times of such immeasurable sorrow. Our hearts are heavy with grief as we offer our sincerest condolences to the family and friends of this promising young individual. Your loss resonates with us, and we extend our heartfelt prayers in hopes they provide a semblance of comfort during this devastating time.
We welcome and encourage all who knew Cassidy to share messages of sympathy and prayers. Your words of support will undoubtedly offer solace to those grieving during this unimaginably difficult period.