Milton — A Milton girl attending Buckingham Brown & Nichols School died in a boat accident while on vacation with her family in Aruba.
Cassidy Murray, who attended 7th grade at Pierce Middle School in Milton last year, died on Wednesday.
“It’s heartbreaking to share the news that my daughter Cassidy has died tragically,” the Murray family said in a statement. “Her beautiful spirit of her Cassidy, her heartfelt tender heart, her bright heart, and her joyous enthusiasm for her life are deep to everyone who knew her and loved her. You will be missed. “
Her school remembered her as a friend of everyone with a bright smile.
Jennifer Pierce, Principal of Buckingham Brown & Nichols School, said:
Officials said her decision to transfer from Pierce to Buckingham Brown & Nichols was based on the recommendation of her brother, a tenth grader at school.
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“She didn’t waste time creating her own mark on the MS campus. Her ever-present smile, infectious laughter, and cheerful personality united all the groups she belongs to. . Classmates were drawn to her for her genuine kindness and quiet humility. Her friends have had great fun with her trustworthy, warm confidence since the first week of school. I knew that I had a friendship with him. “
Cassidy was proud of the Irish tradition of playing hockey and doing gymnastics, “beautifully decorated with a claddagh mug and a Celtic cross plate made in a ceramic art class.”
Despite the transfer, Cassidy left an indelible impression on his colleagues and faculty at Grabber Elementary School, who attended Pierce Middle School, “said James Jet, director of Milton Public School. Before her life with this vibrant young girl who had a lot to offer.
Counselors will be waiting on Saturdays from 10am to noon at Buckingham Brown & Nichols School Middle School and on Mondays when students and staff return from school vacation.
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