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SDSU remembers Bryce Keegan

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Brianna Schreurs

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Bryce Gene Keegan, 24, died from injuries sustained in a motor vehicle accident Sunday, Nov. 25, 2018, in Brookings.

Keegan majored in construction management and was from Yankton, S.D.

I will never forget the dumb and fun stuff we did together, whether it’s on ATVs or in pickups or hunting or going to concerts. It was fun. I will never forget you,” Cody Steiner, a friend of Keegan, said on Facebook.

For now, funeral services are pending with the Opsahl-Kostel Funeral Home and Onsite Crematory, Yankton.

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