March 20, 2023

Ryan O’Malley Penn State Student Cause of Death; Wiki, Age, Parents

According to Penn State spokesperson Lisa Powers, Ryan O’Malley, a Penn State student, died on Sunday morning, Oct 16, 2022. As per his resume, Ryan, who hails from Longwood Dr., Clarks Summit, PA, was a dedicated and focused student who excelled in academics and completed all tasks on time. He has been working in Customer service at Northeast Ace Hardware since Sept 2018. While there, he maintained outstanding customer service, generated sales and merchandise products, and supported the management team.

He worked as a Customer Courtesy Associate at Weis Markets from Nov 2017 to April 2018. At Weis Markets, located in Clarks Summit, PA. Ryan did follow up on guidelines by providing quality customer service, greeting customers with a smile, offering assistance, and thanking them for shopping.

He was attending Penn State University and was undertaking Civil Engineering. He also has Intro to Analysis Honors, AP Human Geography, Intro to Engineering Design Honors, and Honors in Computer Science. Ryan was a French-Keen Sportsmanship Award recipient.

In his free time, Ryan liked to volunteer at the Scranton Cultural Center for Thanksgiving Dinner, played travel baseball for 5 years, and played golf, skis, and basketball.

Ryan O’Malley, Death & Cause

O’Malley died early Sunday morning, Oct 16, 2022, at 4:52 a.m., according to the Centre County coroner’s office, and the manner of death is pending. According to Powers, he was a fifth-semester student at Penn State’s College of Engineering.

“The death of any student is heartbreaking, and our hearts go out to all who knew him,” Powers said via email. The State College Police Department said it would announce more information Tuesday.

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