July 4, 2020 | News | No Comments
News is coming out about the death of former Prior Lake wrestler Curtis LeMair. He was just weeks into his freshman year at Northern State University.
Northern State Athletics released a statement today:
The Northern State University community extends its condolences to the family, friends and teammates of Curtis LeMair. Curtis was found deceased in his residence hall early Wednesday morning.
Northern is working alongside the Aberdeen Police Department as they investigate a cause of death. Police have informed NSU there doesn’t appear to be any foul play.
President Downs asks that the public keep the family, friends and teammates of the student in their thoughts and prayers.
The NSU counseling team is available to students, faculty and staff who feel the need to visit about today’s news.
LeMair was a three-time state placewinner for Prior Lake.
Here are some comments from Twitter:
Lost for words right now.. I love you bro.. I’ll miss the times we had and all the things we were going to do. I can’t believe that I had to type this out… You were my guy forever. Rest up Curtis.. 💔 pic.twitter.com/rfqV0jistN
— Gable Steveson (@GSteveson) October 17, 2018
Curtis LeMair will forever be one of the biggest impacts in my life. He is one of my oldest friends, my best friend, and my brother. His family has always and forever will be my family. Words can’t describe how special of a person he was. Rest In Peace, Brother. ❤️☝🏽 pic.twitter.com/il3QT3JF67
— Gunner (@GunnerCharbs) October 17, 2018
Thoughts and prayers to Chad and Mona and all of the Lemair family. Curtis was always smiling, cracking jokes, and was a great friend. He never tried to fit in or do things to be “cool” he was just himself. He was genuine. Will miss you buddy. Keep being you up in Heaven❤️
— Mitchell McKee (@mmckee141) October 17, 2018
In absolute shock and heartbreak, Curtis was a great friend and will be missed dearly. My thoughts and prayers are with the LeMair family. Love you Curty.
— Jake Allar (@AllarNothing) October 17, 2018
Incredibly sad news. My first memory of Curtis was when he was probably 8 years old at Pinnacle camp in Kimball. He kept correcting @NagelMatt and I on how to say his last name. He was so much fun to coach over the years. I don’t know what to say. Sure going to miss you Curtis.
— Mack Reiter (@MackReiter) October 17, 2018