Update: Family, Friends Mourn MSU Senior from Rochester, Stabbed in Weekend Incident
She recalls vignettes of him sharing laughter with friends and his three brothers, writes student reporter Darcie Moran in The State News campus paper, who spoke with the grieving parent by phone.
"You could count on him to make everybody laugh and to tell a good story," Janis Singler said while surrounded by family Sunday. "He was loved by all. He was very considerate. He would become friends with anyone.
"There will be a hole in our family. So many people have lost a good friend. "
In addition to his parents and brothers, Singler is survived by a sister, two sisters-in-laws, three nephews, one niece and hundreds of friends, his mother told Moran, who also spoke with two MSU friends.
An unidentified suspect awaits arraignment Monday in the stabbing death of a MSU senior from Rochester, police near East Lansing say.
Authorities identify the victim as Andrew Singler, 23, according to Fox2 News and other media. He was stabbed around 4 a.m. Saturday at Castle Pointe Apartments in Meridian Township, police told reporters.
A roommate reportedly took Singler to Sparrow Hospital. Investigators are mum about what led to the violence.
The person arrested is in Ingham County Jail, awaiting arraignment by Monday.