Hunter Brown Dies: Air Force offensive lineman Hunter Brown passed away at 21. According to the school, Brown experienced an unidentified “medical emergency” on Monday while he was leaving his dorm for class, and first responders were unable to save his life.
“Hunter has been such a blessing and a lucky part of our lives for our players, staff, and entire Academy,” said the players. In a statement, head football coach Troy Calhoun said, “He was a sheer joy to coach and had as a teammate.”
No one worked harder or more selflessly for others than Hunter. He was tough and an excellent worker. His parents, Candyce and Dustin, raised a lovely son who improved each of us. Hunter’s beautiful soul and his family are in our thoughts and prayers because we adore our terrific brother.
Brown was a Lake Charles, Louisiana, sophomore. He was a management major with a French minor. On September 23 this year, he played for the Falcons in their victory over Nevada. Lt. Gen. Richard M. Clark, superintendent of the U.S. Air Force Academy, said in a statement that Hunter was “a superb offensive lineman on the Falcon football team and was well-respected in his squadron.”
The entire U.S. Air Force Academy expresses its sorrow over his passing and extends its sympathies to his family, his squadron, and everyone impacted by this extraordinary young man. According to the university, the Air Force Office of Special Investigations and the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office will examine Brown’s death.
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