The body of Samantha Spady was discovered in a lounge at the Sigma Pi fraternity house in Fort Collins on Sunday. Alcohol poisoning is suspected in her death.
Officials from Colorado State University and Sigma Pi's national
headquarters terminated the organization's charter yesterday.
Pastor Kelly Karges of Centenary United Methodist Church in Beatrice said people who knew Spady use words like ``amazing, beautiful, kind, and intelligent'' to describe her.
Several of Spady's classmates from high school and CSU
attended the service.
Spady was a 2003 graduate of Beatrice High School. She had been an honor student, homecoming queen, class president, student council president, cheerleading squad captain
and an artist.
Karges said Spady ``focused her art and energy on people,'' and
that she was ``connected and caring of others.''
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