Who is Bethany Nesbitt? Bethany Nesbitt Bio/Wiki
Bethany Nesbitt, 20, from Grand Ledge, Michigan, was a third-year psychology student at Grace College. The youngest of nine daughters, her dream was to become a child life specialist working in a hospital environment with sick and disabled children.
In a statement from the school, Nesbitt was identified as the deceased person. Around 10 a.m., she was found unresponsive. The cause of Nesbitt’s death has not been made public. In part, the press conference read, “The Grace College family is deeply grieved by Bethany’s death. Our current focus is on providing care and counsel to her family, friends, and classmates. Grace’s Counseling Center staff will be available for students at the prayer meeting and following. We ask everyone to join us in prayer for the Nesbitt family and friends.”
She was 20 years old.
All School Events Were Canceled By Grace College
Grace College canceled all school events as a result of Nesbitt’s death. On 30 October, a campus-wide prayer meeting at the Manahan Orthopaedic Capital Center was held for students. The school said that, when it becomes accessible, they will release more information.
Nesbitt was due in May 2021 to graduate. The school statement says that the Nesbitt family has been in contact with authorities. She started studying at Grace College in 2018, according to Nesbitt’s Facebook website. She was a Grand Ledge High School graduate.
A post on Facebook shared by Nesbitt’s father, Steve Nesbitt, attributes COVID-19 to her death. The ULAT worte “Dear ULAT users,
Yesterday morning, my wife and I learned that our youngest child, Bethany (20), who was away at Grace College in Indiana, passed away during the night in her dorm room, apparently from Covid, from which doctors thought she was recovering well, but which was undoubtedly complicated by her asthma. Below you can see a simple obituary.”
Dear ULAT users,
Yesterday morning, my wife and I learned that our youngest child, Bethany (20), who was away at Grace…
Steve Nesbitt states in another article that his daughter had suffered for 10 days from symptoms associated with COVID-19, pending test results but regarded by her doctors as a presumptive positive.
Bethany Nesbitt, sweet daughter and sister, passed away peacefully in her dorm room in Winona Lake, Ind., where she was…