Genevieve E. Comeau, age 25

Lost to gun violence on March 5, 2019 in Tucson, Arizona.

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  • Nickname:
    4 GV
  • Number of children:
    2 0
  • Personality:
    9 Brilliant, funny, capable, bright
    5 Inquisitive, kind, down to earth
    5 Caring, loving, insightful, passionate
    4 Genevieve always put others first. The most compassionate, empathetic, and selfless person I knew.
  • Occupation:
    9 PhD Student researching Zika Virus in Mosquitos
  • Workplace:
    4 I will miss everything about you!
  • Schools attended:
    9 University of Florida
    2 The University of Arizona
  • Comments:
    7 One of the few people I've known who could have truly changed the world.
    3 Genevieve was able to make anyone feel like they were the center of the universe.
    6 Genevieve had a gift of making anyone feel incredible and empowered enough to accomplish anything.
    5 She lived her life to watch others grow into who she thought they could be.
    6 Genevieve wanted everyone’s dreams to be realized. Every single one of them.
    6 She lived to reduce suffering in the world, one person at a time.
    4 Every conversation with Genevieve translated to her saying “thinking of you, and I love you”.
    6 She deeply touched more lives in 25 years than most people would have 5 lifetimes over.
    5 She was happiest when her friends achieved their dreams, relished life, and danced through sorrows.
    3 There was no jealous or selfish bone in her body.
    4 She encouraged friends to channel our pain by building, creating, writing, and singing.
    5 She would encourage friends to live life with no restraint or concern over what others think.
    4 She'd want us to move as fast as possible, celebrating the short time we have left on this planet.
    5 She shined a bright light into our worlds, lifting us all up with her brilliant, radiating spirit.
    8 We love you, Genevieve.
    12 I miss you, stardust woman.
    5 She was a tender heart.
    3 Her presentation on zika: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5yVrusdwv6A
    3 A video she directed/edited: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oSWKS0UkpkI
    3 One of her playlists: youtube.com/watch?v=c1tklzNIdDw

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