SMU student Hunter Green Remembered as Having ‘Vigor for Life’

January 27, 2010  

By Sarah Acosta
sacosta@smu.edu

SMU Sophomore Joseph Hunter Green is remembered as someone with charisma and vigor according to his obituary in the Dallas Morning News Wednesday (PHOTO FROM FACEBOOK).

SMU Sophomore Joseph Hunter Green is remembered as someone with charisma and vigor according to his obituary in the Dallas Morning News Wednesday (PHOTO FROM FACEBOOK)



In a published obituary in the Dallas Morning News, Hunter Green was remembered as someone who had charisma and vigor for life, making him “the adventurous, witty guy that we all loved to be around.”

Green was also the son of professional golfer Ken Green who yesterday wrote about his deep remorse for the loss of his son on his blog. His son’s death is the latest in a series of tragic events in Ken Green’s life, as the Dallas Morning News examined in greater detail in an article published Wednesday.

Green was found dead in his dorm room at the SMU House, the former Kappa Alpha house, around noon on Friday.

On Wednesday, University Park police released the 911 phone call recording to The Daily Mustang. The caller says he fears Green may have committed suicide.

“We need an ambulance immediately,” the caller said. “We got a note this morning that sounded a little suspicious and we came over to his dorm and found him laying on the floor…he doesn’t appear to be breathing.”

After an autopsy was conducted Saturday the Dallas County Medical Examiner reported the cause of death as inconclusive. Additional toxicology and microbiology test results will determine the cause of death in 8 to 12 weeks.

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2 Responses to “SMU student Hunter Green Remembered as Having ‘Vigor for Life’”

  1. Medical Examiner Rules Student’s Death an Accident : The Daily Mustang on March 21st, 2010 9:11 pm

    [...] was found dead in his room at the SMU House at 3004 SMU Blvd. on Friday, Jan. 22. In a 911 call to the University Park Police Department revealed an unnamed caller thought Green might have [...]

  2. friend of hunters on September 9th, 2010 12:18 am

    Hunter was an incredible, unique, and mind blowing person. He had a sense of humor unmatched by any, and a genuine passion for fun in life. Let him always be remembered and loved by those who know him.

    Miss you Hunt

    Your boy.