Family, friends remember slain University of Idaho student Ethan Chapin at vigil

Ethan Chapin was killed on November 13 in a home near the University of Idaho campus with his girlfriend and two of her roommates.

MOUNT VERNON, Wash. — Ethan Chapin, 20, one of four students killed near the University of Idaho campus was memorialized Monday afternoon during a memorial service in his hometown of Mount Vernon.

This afternoon, Ethan Chapin’s family is focused not on how he died, but on the life he lived.

Through her tears, Stacy Chapin, Ethan’s mother, told the world about her son.

“We are here today to honor the life of our son and brother Ethan Chapin, one of the most extraordinary people you will ever know,” Stacy Chapin told her husband, son and daughter at the side. edge.

Ethan is a triplets with a brother and a sister. He is a lifelong athlete who loves the NFL and country music. He played on the basketball and tennis teams at Mount Vernon High School.

Chapin begins his studies at the University of Idaho in 2021 and joins the Sigma Chi fraternity. Both of his siblings also attend college and his brother is also in the same fraternity.

Chapin was killed on November 13 at a home near the University of Idaho campus with his girlfriend Xana Kernnodle and her two roommates, Madison Mogen and Kaylee Goncalves.

Despite a major law enforcement investigation that called for state police and FBI resources, no arrests were made and no murder weapons were found.

And among the many unanswered questions – the Chapin family said they are grateful for the support they have received from the Mount Vernon community, all those who have contacted them and all Law enforcement is handling the case.

“The Moscow police department is carrying a daily burden not only for us but also for all affected families. And how many strangers across the country. Stacy Chapin said: “Your outreach and kind words are heartwarming.

Hundreds of people attended a vigil in Mount Vernon on Monday. The family asked that instead of flowers, donate to an organization that supports youth sports.

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Edmund DeMarche

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