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                                              Hokie Spirit Memorial Fund
 April 16, 2007, will be remembered as one of the darkest days in the history of the Virginia Tech community and the world beyond. To remember and honor the victims of those tragic events, the university has established the Hokie Spirit Memorial Fund to aid in the healing process.The fund will be used to cover expenses including but not limited to: Assistance to victims and their families Grief counseling Memorials Communication expenses Comfort expenses In the wake of this tragedy, we are confident that Hokie Spirit will only grow stronger and more resilient. We thank you for your continued support
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                                                     Michael Pohle
     
    Michael Pohle, 23, of Flemington, New Jersey, was expected to graduate in a few weeks with a degree in biological sciences, said Craig Blanton, Hunterdon Central's vice principal during the 2002 school year, when Pohle graduated.
    "He had a bunch of job interviews and was all set to start his post-college life," Blanton told The Star-Ledger of Newark.
    At the high school, Pohle played on the football and lacrosse teams.  One of his old lacrosse coaches, Bob Shroeder, described him to as "a good kid who did everything that good kids do."  "He tried to please," Shroeder told the newspaper. "He was just a great kid."
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