PITTSBURGH - A day after the body of a missing Duquesne University graduate student was found, the medical examiner said the cause and manner of the 23-year-old's death remains undetermined, pending toxicology results.
"As his mother I will never be able to express in words well enough how much I loved him. From his sweet little baby hands to the wonderful man he was becoming. People who did not have the opportunity to meet him, truly missed out,” Pamela James said on Facebook.
“Thank you to all who have helped by searching, praying, hugging, sending condolences and even laughing during this very difficult time. I wish I could hug and personally thank each and every one of you myself. Just know that you have touched my life and I will forever be grateful.”
Pamela James said a memorial service for her son will be planned for a later date.
She ended the post by saying, “Dakota I love you so hard!”
Read the full post HERE.
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