University mourns loss of founding president, Dr. David L. Rice.
The University of Southern Indiana Board of Trustees and President Ronald S. Rochon announce with sadness the death of the University’s founding and first president, Dr. David L. Rice. Dr. Rice, 90, died peacefully at his residence in York, Pennsylvania, at 7:10 p.m. (EST) Wednesday, January 15, 2020.
The visitation and funeral will be held on the USI campus on January 24-25. USI will be livestreaming the service for those unable to attend in person at https://youtu.be/xL22aRuVMZY. Arrangements, a full obituary, a link to leave condolences and memorial gifts, as well as a tribute to Dr. Rice’s legacy, can all be found at www.USI.edu/Rice.
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