Robert Morris grieves student’s passing

Delaney Hassell, News Editor

The Robert Morris University campus community is in mourning as senior Television/Video Production student, Todd Krugle, has passed away.

Krugle was described as having a special talent in video production and design. He was also listed on the roster of the Bauerstown Volunteer Fire Department Station 259.

According to an email sent out by President Christopher Howard, “The loss that will be felt by Todd’s family must surely be overwhelming.  Their grief will be shared by his many friends and classmates, by the faculty who were his teachers, and by all of us at Robert Morris whose lives Todd touched.”

Also in the email, President Howard said he plans to reach out to Krugle’s family to express the sympathy of the RMU community.

If you would like to talk to someone, services are offered by the Counseling Center located in Patrick Henry on campus. Please call the counseling center at 412-397-5900 if you would like to speak to someone.

These websites were suggested by the Counseling Center to help students throughout the grieving process. Please visit or