Connor Rowcliff Death, Central A&M student died after in US 51 accident – Obituary

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Connor Rowcliff Death – Obituary; According to the principal of Central A&M, Keegan Virden, who was one of four students in the automobile that was involved in a collision close to Assumption, has been confirmed as having passed away. Connor Rowcliffe was the second adolescent to pass away as a result of an accident that occurred on Tuesday in Christian County.

The four adolescents were seated in a Kia Optima that was halted at the stop sign on Leafland Street at US 51. They were traveling eastbound. According to the Illinois State Police, a Kenworth T800 Straight Truck that was traveling southbound on US 51 entered the intersection at the same time that a Kia that had entered the intersection for unknown reasons was struck by the truck. The reasons for the Kia’s entry into the intersection are unknown.

On Friday evening at six o’clock, there will be a ceremony honoring Keegan that will take place at St. John’s Hospital in Springfield.

“Keegan, our beloved and adorable friend, has passed away. His final selfless deed in life will be to donate his organs in the hopes of preserving the lives of nine other individuals “the school administrator stated in a statement on Facebook. “Tonight at six o’clock, there will be a ceremony at St. John’s Hospital in Springfield during which the American flag will be raised. In recognition of Keegan’s unending generosity, a flag will be flown atop the flagpole located in front of the hospital. Please come and celebrate Keegan with the Virden family.”

A student at Central A&M named Conner Rowcliff, who was 16 years old and from Assumption, passed away earlier this week at the hospital.

On Monday, the funeral services for Rowcliff will be held at Assumption Christian Church at 11 in the morning. The visitation will take place from 2 p.m. until 7 p.m. Also on Sunday, July 17, we will meet at the church. Two further pupils both suffered life-threatening injuries and were sent to the hospital.