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Students mourn Stockley's passing

Senior Gladys Silva (left) hugs Ashley Davis on Aug. 24 after being told of Professor Travis Stockley's death. Students and faculty met with the UNCP counseling staff in the evening at the water feature to mourn. This spontaneous student memorial at the musical theatre director Travis Stockley's office door appeared Aug. 25, the day after his death in an automobile accident. This spontaneous student memorial at the musical theatre director Travis Stockley's office door appeared Aug. 25, the day after his death in an automobile accident. Willie Lowery plays guitar and teaches songs during a recent musical theatre workshop for the production of "Strike at the Wind." Stockley, on the floor at right, was the production choreographer.

Memorial service Sept. 6 at GPAC

Professor Travis L. Stockley's memorial service is scheduled for Sept. 6 at 4:30 p.m. in the Givens Performing Arts Center.

The Pembroke Singers will perform at the memorial service. Joshua Altman will sing “Where is Love” from the musical “Oliver” in tribute to Stockley.

The Stockley family is planning a private funeral service to be held in Chicago, Ill.

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