"The Aliquippa School District is deeply saddened by the loss of a member of our school community, DiMantae Bronaugh, grade 12 student, in the Aliquippa Junior/Senior High School. He was a remarkable young man and a true asset to the school community. Tragically, his life ended way too soon. The school district's thoughts and prayers are with his family in this time of sorrow and sadness. It is important that we all remain #24 STRONG for his family and our students."Grief support will be available for students and staff members in the Junior/Senior High School and in the Aliquippa Elementary School upon request."
RIP DiMantae Bronaugh. You showed so much courage and heart and were an inspiration to many. My sympathies to family, friends & teammates.— Mike Tomlin (@CoachTomlin) November 30, 2016
RIP 🙏 #24strong— Woodland Hills FB (@WoodyHigh) November 30, 2016
RIP young DiMantae.. This is tough. #24Strong— James Conner (@JamesConner_) November 30, 2016
Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family of DiMantae Bronaugh as well as the entire Aliquippa community. #24strong— RMU Football (@RMUFootball) November 30, 2016
our sincere sympathy to the family of DiMantae Bronaugh. Thank you for teaching us that it's about more then football #24STRONGFORLIFE— Clairton School (@Clairtonschool) November 30, 2016
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