Taylor Chrisman died in crash, PSU mourns her death
Taylor Chrisman Death – The student who passed away on Monday due to injuries sustained in a car accident is being mourned by the Pittsburg State University community. On January 16, 2023, Taylor Marie Chrisman, who was 18 years old, passed away. She was a genuine angel of God when she was born on April 1, 2004, in Wichita, Kansas, to her parents, Jeff and Cindy Chrisman. She was a faith-filled, devout Catholic. She graduated with the first class from St. Catherine of Siena in 2018, and then went on to earn her degree from Bishop Carroll in 2022, where she participated in softball for 4 years and managed football for the same amount of time.
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She received her education at Pittsburg State University. There she worked as a CNA and studied to become a nurse where she earned Dean’s Honor Roll her first semester. She had a big heart, full of compassion, always caring for others, especially her family and friends. She had a beautiful smile, was a devoted friend, and always made an effort to ensure that those around her felt loved. She never considered her own happiness, preferring instead to see that of others.
She always tried to lighten the mood and make other people feel comfortable. She was an avid fan of competition, particularly softball and football. She really enjoyed watching her brothers, cousins, and friends play. Taylor had a special place in her heart for the family dog, Earl. Taylor delighted in sharing her passion for sunsets with her friends and family. Sunsets are evidence that the journey’s conclusion will be a positive one.
PSU published the following on social media:
“This week, we are mourning the loss of student Taylor Chrisman, who passed away in a car accident on Monday,” the writer says. Taylor had her sights set on a career in nursing and was pursuing that objective at PSU. During her first semester, she was named to the Dean’s Honor Roll. Taylor’s family, her friends, and her students are all in our thoughts and prayers, said President Dan Shipp. “Our thoughts and prayers are with Taylor’s family, with her friends, and with her classmates,”
“We’re saddened at the loss of a life so young and full of promise, and we extend our deepest sympathies and condolences on behalf of the entire Pittsburg State University community.” Her friends and family members contributed the photographs. According to Megan Guthrie, a friend of the deceased who is also a student at Portland State University, “On behalf of all of her friends and family, we greatly appreciate her passing being acknowledged and shared – along with a little bit on how much she impacted those around her,”
Her parents, Jeff and Cindy Chrisman, as well as brothers Tanner and Tyler, survive her. She also has several cousins, uncles, and aunts, including Mike (Iva) Chrisman, Chris (Susan), Jeremy (Catherine), and Justin (Heather) Bloomer. Her grandparents are Galen and Marigene Bloomer and Jim Chrisman. Her great-grandparents and grandmother, Judith Chrisman, died before her. Friday, January 20, 2023, from 3 to 5 p.m., Downing & Lahey West Mortuary; Friday, January 20, 2023, 7:00 p.m., St. Catherine of Sienna Catholic Church; 10:30 a.m., Saturday, January 21, 2023, St. Catherine of Sienna Catholic Church; funeral service, 10:30 a.m.
PC: Kyle Bohnenkemper
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