Georgia Davis Death: Missouri State University student died from suicide, family mourns

Springfield, MO community and Alpha Delta Pi mourn Marketing student who passed away after battle with mental health, Learn more about Georgia Davis death and oituary

Georgia Davis Death – The Springfield, MO and Republic, MO communities are mourning the death of a beloved student who passed away tragically. Georgia Davis a Marketing Major student at the Missouri State University died from suicide yesterday. Georgia was a dedicated Alpha Delta Pi fraternity member, a hardworking and intelligent student.

According to reports, the Sophomore student was pronounced dead from a self-inflicted injury. The Republic, MO female reportedly battled anxieties and mental traumas. Following her sorrowful demise, the entire course-mates at the university and and friends from high school are all heartbroken and devastated. She was a graduate of Republic High School.

What Happened To Missouri State University student?

According to reports, a beloved student at the Missouri State University in Springfield, MO lost her battle with depression. Georgia took her own life after battling the deadly mind-eating disease. According to her high school profile, Georgia’s favorite movie was “Sleepless in Seattle” and she loved reading her favorite book “The Notebook.”

Georgia worked at the Missouri State University Bookstore with the Madison Avenue team.

Missouri State University – Missouri State institution is a public institution in Springfield, Missouri. It was formerly known as Southwest Missouri State University. It was founded in 1905 as the Fourth District Normal School and is the state’s second largest university in terms of enrollment, with 23,307 students enrolled at its main campus in the fall semester of 2022.

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