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Kevin Berg, a senior in the College of Arts & Sciences, passed away unexpectedly last week, according to a statement from President Lovell.

The news broke via email Tuesday, May 30.

“I ask that we all come together in thought and prayer, whether you are near or far from campus,” Lovell said. Students were encouraged to seek support from Campus Ministry and the Counseling Center if needed.

Berg studied psychology, entrepreneurship and criminology law studies while on campus. He would have graduated from the College of Arts & Sciences in spring 2018.

“Kevin’s family shared how much he loved his time at Marquette and we know that he was truly loved by his family and friends,” Lovell said. “He will forever be a part of our Marquette family.”

The funeral service will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday, June 3, at Grace Bible Church in Elmhurst, Illinois.

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