Lipscomb community mourns the loss of student Anthony Kuh
Kim Chaudoin |
The Lipscomb community is mourning the loss today of student and veteran Anthony Kuh, of Clarksville, Tennessee. Kuh passed away Monday night, Nov. 9, from complications related to a heart attack over the weekend. He began his educational journey at Lipscomb this summer as a Lipscomb Online student.
Kuh, age 31, is a veteran of the United States Army, through which he completed several deployments and served in the Signal Corps as an imagery analyst.
“Anthony was dedicated to pursuing his degree to be able to do significant things with it in the future,” recalls Jimmie L. Handley, coordinator of Veteran Programs in the Office of Veteran Services. “He was full of life, was crazy about his family and loved God. Anthony was a very impressive young man. He was a delight to know and work with as a Lipscomb veteran.”
Nanci Carter, registrar in the College of Professional Studies which houses the Lipscomb Online program said even in his short time at Lipscomb, Kuh made a quick impact on others.
“He had already touched the lives of the faculty and staff that he worked with,” said Carter. “All who worked with him are deeply saddened by his passing. They thought of him as a kind and enthusiastic family man.”
Kuh is survived by his wife, Colleen, and their four young children, among other family and friends.
Arrangements are incomplete at this time. In the near future there will be an opportunity for the Lipscomb community to honor Kuh and his family on campus, and we will share more information as plans are finalized.