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Crime Stanford student found dead at frat house ID'd as son of campus employees

21:50  21 january  2020
21:50  21 january  2020 Source:   sfgate.com

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A Stanford University student found dead at the Theta Delta Chi fraternity house on Friday has been identified as Eitan Michael Weiner, the son of two university employees.

Weiner, a 19-year-old sophomore, is the son of Amir Weiner, an associate professor of history, and Julia Weiner, an associate vice president for medical center development. His older sister also attended Stanford.

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"While I did not have the pleasure of knowing Eitan, I have been learning about him through his friends and family, who say he was full of love, joy, wit, curiosity and loyalty as a son, brother and friend," Vice Provost for Student Affairs Susie Brubaker-Cole wrote in a statement. "Inspiring yet humble, he was incredibly well read and deeply interested in history, politics and current events."

Weiner planned on majoring in history.

According to the Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office, Weiner was found unresponsive on Friday morning at his fraternity house on Lomita Drive. He was pronounced dead by first responders at 10:21 a.m.; a preliminary investigation showed no signs of foul play, but Brubaker-Cole said it may be some time before a cause of death is found.

"At this point, we believe Eitan had every intention to be with us for many years to come, and we will focus our thoughts on his loving memory," Brubaker-Cole wrote.

A public memorial will be held at 12:30 p.m. Friday in the Tresidder Oak Lounge on the Stanford campus.

Katie Dowd is an SFGATE Senior Digital Editor. Contact: katie.dowd@sfgate.com | Twitter: @katiedowd

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