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News & Views - Jun, 1999 Issue #58

By: Beth Laughlin
CEDU Educational Services
Running Springs, CA 92382

On Thursday afternoon, April 15th, Susan Wolfson, the Non-Public School Coordinator for CEDU Middle School and CEDU High School, suffered a massive cerebral hemorrhage. While being transported to the hospital, she lapsed into a coma and never regained consciousness. She passed away on Friday, April 16. 

Classes were canceled on Friday at CEDU Middle School and High School so that the students and faculty could gather in groups to process this sudden tragedy. CEDUís counseling staff and clinical staff were on hand to facilitate these meetings and to offer one- on-one counseling as needed. Students and faculty continue to process Susanís passing both informally and in our regularly scheduled group sessions which occur three times each week. 

Susan is fondly remembered for her high energy, humor, intelligence and for her loyalty to colleagues and students. Faculty and students have initiated a plan to create a memorial garden. In addition, a tutoring scholarship fund in her honor is being discussed. If you are interested in contributing to this memorial fund, please contact Will Laughlin, Academic Director for CEDU School at (909) 867-2722. Questions regarding CEDUís NPS program should also be directed to Will Laughlin. 

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