Western offers counseling, support after death of student Woodrow Moore

Western Today staff

Western Washington University is providing counseling and support to the friends and family of Western student Woodrow Moore as they share their grief over his death.

Moore, a junior, passed away Tuesday at his home near Western’s campus.

“Members of the university community express their deepest sympathy to Woody’s family and friends,” said Eileen Coughlin, senior vice president and vice president for Enrollment and Student Services at Western. “We encourage students who knew Woody and may be in need of support to please contact our Counseling Center.”

Counseling and other support options are being communicated to students who knew Moore. The Counseling Center provides support to Western students, and can be reached at 650-3164.

A memorial service for Woodrow Moore conducted by Christ the King Community Church will be held at 7 p.m. Thursday, April 23 at Norway Hall, 1419 North Forest St., Bellingham.  In lieu of flowers or cards, the family requests that donations be made to either the JRDF at http://www.jdrf.org/ or to Young Life at http://www.younglife.org/.

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