Coman Fevrier, a North Park University student who was last seen on campus Friday, was found dead, according to a report by Chicago police.
According to police, Coman, 21, was discovered laying on the ground in the 4700 block of North Kennicott Avenue on January 23.
He was last seen at the university’s Hanson Hall, 225 West Foster Ave., around 2:30 p.m. Friday 21st. He texted his sister the following day around 5:45 p.m. and that was the last time he had contact with friends or family.
International media FOX 32 says the President of North Park University released the following statement:
“With deep grief, we must inform you of the passing of Coman Fevrier, a student at North Park University. Coman was a talented cellist and music performance major in the School of Music, Art, and Theatre. Originally from St. Lucia, Coman served as a very active member of our campus and an international student leader during orientation.
We mourn the loss of this member of our community. As a campus family, we will walk alongside and listen to, pray with, and console each other. We will share details as we finalize plans on ways to support one another during this time of grief.”
Coman attended St. Mary’s College and Saint Lucia School of Music. He was revered as a talented Cello player and an outstanding student.
Investigations into his death are ongoing.