Lauren Boss Obituary – Death: College Soccer Player Died in a Head-on Car Accident

Lauren Boss Obituary – Death: College Soccer Player Died in a Head-on Car Accident: According to an online obituary on Thursday, October 27, 2022, Lauren Boss has passed away unexpectedly. However, cause of death was not disclosed.

Lauren was the kindest of souls who could light up the room in an instant,” the USU Eastern Soccer Team wrote in an Oct. 24 Facebook post. “Such a genuine and great person.”

Others on Facebook commented on the post, calling Bradshaw “an amazing young woman.”

“Lauren was so kind and uplifting to everyone around her,” one Facebook user wrote.

Jess Brinkerhoff, the university’s athletic director, said Bradshaw was “an incredible member” of the soccer team in a Utah State Eastern Athletics Facebook post on Oct. 24.

“We are devastated by this heartbreaking news and pray that comfort can be found as we come together as a department and university,” Brinkerhoff said in the post.

On Saturday, October 22, Lauren Bradshaw, 18, was driving a Toyota Corolla eastbound on SR-6 in the rain and snow near Soldier Summit when, according to a news release from the Utah Department of Public Safety, she veered into the opposing lane.

Bradshaw was killed instantly when the automobile struck a pickup truck pulling a “fifth-wheel camper,” according to the press statement.

According to the university’s athletics website, Bradshaw attended Utah State University Eastern and played on the women’s soccer team.

According to the university’s athletics website, Bradshaw played soccer at Skyridge High School in Lehi before enrolling at Utah State University Eastern.

The athletics website states that “during her freshman year they won the state championship, and her senior year they made it to the state finals.”

Bradshaw enjoyed baking and “pretty much anything outside” in addition to soccer, according to the athletics website. Despite not having chosen a major yet, Bradshaw was certain she wanted to “start her own clothing company and had an interest in radiography.”

About 90 miles to the southeast of Salt Lake City is Soldier Summit.

Words fall short of expressing our grief for your loss, as we mourn with family and friends for this great loss. We are truly sorry to hear of the loss of this promising being. Please accept our condolences and may our prayers help comfort you. Please receive our heartfelt condolences.

Feel free to drop condolences messages and prayers for the family and friends of the deceased as it will go a very long way at this difficult time of theirs.






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