Marquette University president dies

LIFE TODAY IN DOWNTOWN MILWAUKEE. However, we start with the latest news at this time. MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY ANNOUNCED WITHIN THE LAST 30 MINUTES THAT ITS PRESIDENT, MICHAEL LOVELL, DIED TODAY AFTER A THREE-YEAR BATTLE AGAINST CANCEL. LOVELL was just 57 years old and was diagnosed with a rare form of cancerous sarcoma. IN 2021. THE UNIVERSITY SAYS LOVELL AND HIS WIFE WERE IN ROME ON PILGRIMAGE WITH THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES WHEN LOVELL FELL ILL AND WENT TO THE HOSPITAL, MARQUETTE SAYS IN A STATEMENT, CITING IN PART, THE DECADE OF PRESIDENT LOVELL’S LEADERSHIP AT MARQUETTE HAS BEEN MARKED BY A DEEP COMMITMENT TO INNOVATION, ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND COMMUNITY RENEWAL AND DEVELOPMENT. MILWAUKEE’S MAYOR QUICKLY RESPONDED TO THE NEWS IN THE LAST MINUTES, SAID IN A STATEMENT THIS EVENING, QUOTE, THAT HE WAS A GENTLE PERSON WHO CARED DEEPLY ABOUT ABO

Marquette University president dies

Dr. Michael Lovell suffered from sarcoma, a rare form of cancer

Marquette University President Dr. Michael Lovell died Sunday in Rome. Lovell was diagnosed with sarcoma, a rare form of cancer in 2021. In a statement from the university, Lovell and his wife were in Rome with members of the Society of Jesus and the board of trustees on a Jesuit training pilgrimage when he fell ill and was taken to a hospital in Rome. Lovell joined Marquette 10 years ago. (Watch below: Lovell announced as Marquette president) Lovell has served on several local boards and national higher education consortia. Before Marquette, Lovell was chancellor of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. “I am deeply saddened by the passing of President Lovell. My sympathies are with his family, the Marquette community and all those in Milwaukee whose lives were touched by this great man,” said Milwaukee Mayor Cavalier Johnson , in a statement, Milwaukee Fire Chief Aaron Lipski said on X: “Our prayers are with President Lovell, his family, friends and the @MarquetteU community on this sad day.”

Marquette University President Dr. Michael Lovell died Sunday in Rome.

Lovell was diagnosed with sarcoma, a rare form of cancer, in 2021.

In a university statement, Lovell and his wife were in Rome with members of the Society of Jesus and the Board of Trustees on a Jesuit training pilgrimage when he fell ill and was taken to a Rome hospital .

Lovell joined Marquette 10 years ago. (Watch below: Lovell announced as Marquette president)

Lovell has served on several local boards and national higher education consortia.

Before Marquette, Lovell was chancellor of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

“I am deeply saddened by the passing of President Lovell. My condolences go out to his family, the Marquette community and all those in Milwaukee whose lives were touched by this great man,” said Milwaukee Mayor Cavalier Johnson , in a press release.

Milwaukee Fire Chief Aaron Lipski said on X: “Our prayers are with President Lovell, his family, friends and the @MarquetteU community on this sad day. »

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