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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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                                                    Rachael Hill
     
    Rachael Hill was a freshman studying biology at Virginia Tech after graduating from Grove Avenue Christian School in Henrico County.  Hill, 18 and an only child, was popular and funny, had a penchant for shoes and was competitive on the volleyball court.  "Rachael was a very bright, articulate, intelligent, beautiful, confident, poised young woman. She had a tremendous future in front of her," Clay Fogler, administrator for the Grove Avenue school told the AP. "Obviously, the Lord had other plans for her."  Her father, Guy Hill, said the family was too distraught to talk about Hill on Tuesday, but relatives were planning to have memorial events later in the week. "We just need some time here," he tearfully told the AP.
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