Death of Clayson Anderson – A Mississippi State University student and member of Kappa Sigma has tragically passed away. The Bloomfield Missouri man died suddenly, according to a family friend. The news of his death was made public on the official PST Jason Facebook page which explained how much Clayson Anderson was loved and cherished by all who knew him since birth. Clayson Anderson was a student at Mississippi State University and a member of the Mississippi State Bulldogs Football team.
You have been deeply loved from the moment we saw your eyes open…until the moment we saw them closed. And will continue to hold deep love for you now that heaven has you. Always in our hearts, Clayson. As we process your departure, we reminisce about the incredible memories shared. We pray for the comfort of the Anderson family at this time of great sadness. We know we’ll see you again, son.
Clayson Anderson’s cause of death has not been confirmed at this time, although unconfirmed claims claimed he was accidentally electrocuted from a lightning strike. The family has not confirmed that this was the cause of his death. SNBC13 will update this story with his exact cause of death when confirmed. This is a developing story.
Clayson Anderson’s obituary and funeral arrangements will be released by the family.
Mississippi State Bulldogs Football – The Mississippi State Bulldogs football team is the American football team of Mississippi State University. The Bulldogs play in the Football Bowl Subdivision of the National Collegiate Athletic Association and in the West Division of the Southeastern Conference.
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