STAB Student Dies of Brain Hemorrhage

In today’s Progress, Rob Seal writes about the strange, sudden death of STAB student Douglas Wardle last week. The rising senior and class president to be was in Nicaragua, building houses for the poor, when he suffered a brain hemorrhage, out of the blue, and died. The school reports that dozens of kids have expressed interest in honoring Wardle by participating in the house-building program next summer.

5 thoughts on “STAB Student Dies of Brain Hemorrhage”

  1. I was at the funeral today – it may have been the saddest thing I have ever seen. Even the ministers were getting choked up at the end.

  2. Huh? Is that just incredibly poorly timed spam?

    Terrible thing. By all accounts, a great young man. I hope the school can put together a fitting memorial.

  3. Waldo, please get rid of the link from “Daniel” as it points to a site that delivers a virus (a trojan to be more exact).

  4. I erase these things day in and day out, the moment that I see them. Every one of them uses the exact same body content, substituting the title of the blog entry, so they’ve very easy to spot. Every day I erase 3-6 of ’em. I think I’m going to have to institute some sort of a simple CAPTCHA, like asking people what 2 + 2 is, to get rid of this spam.

  5. So, anyone who doesn’t know that 2 2 is a secret gang sign is going to be banned from posting. Score another victory over the news media for the white tee-shirts.

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