Professor and Assistant Track Coach Remembers Brandy Fonteneaux

Professor and Assistant Track Coach Remembers Brandy Fonteneaux
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Texas Southern University Professor and assistant track coach Clyde Duncan, Jr. said Brandy Fonteneaux was a very special student and strong competitor in track and field. He said she had a passion and vision for success in her life. ¬†Fonteneaux’s body was found Jan. 8 in her barracks at Fort Carson in Colorado. The 28-year-old Army specialist had been strangled and stabbed to death, according to military authorities. ¬†A fellow soldier has been charged with her death.

Brandy Fonteneaux’s championship medals

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