I recently learned of Megan's passing. I can just imagine how devastated you are by this. I got to know Megan well when she was at WashU. First, as a student in my statistics course, and then as a teaching assistant. Megan gave tirelessly to help other students. She was a leader and an inspiration in every sense of the word. I knew that she was poised for success.
Megan was ready to set her own path. She was determined to succeed in her own. Doing what everyone else did wasn't enough for Megan. She defined her individual standards of success and ensured that she achieved them all.
Now, when I work with other teaching assistants or celebrate their success, I think about how much Megan had to contribute.
She is missed.
My heart aches for you and your family. I am so terribly sorry for your loss. Megan has been a light in the world and still is. Please know I am here for you and will be in my prayers.
Our hearts are broken for you and your family. Deepest Sympathies
Dianne (Minute Clinic NP) and John Ryan
We are so profoundly sorry. There are no words for such an unimaginable loss. You’re in our thoughts and prayers for understanding and comfort that only God can provide.
Please accept my condolences for the heartbreaking loss of Megan. She was one of the sweetest students I had the privilege of knowing at FTHS. This is something no parent or family should experience. Just know that we are keeping the entire Shulman family in our thoughts and prayers.
Please accept my heartfelt condolences for the unimaginable loss of Megan, an intelligent and beautiful young woman, a talented and helpful student much loved and respected by her peers.
Please accept our deepest condolences at this most heartbreaking time. Megan was a wonderful friend to Dana, and a supportive and fun "bonus big sister" to Lizzie; she will hold a special place in our hearts forever. We send you love, strength, and peace, and know that Megan's memory will be a blessing to all who were fortunate to know her, and to love her.
Martha and Steve Abelson
Michelle, Stu and family,
Please accept our family's sincerest and heartfelt condolences for the loss of such a precious daughter, sister and friend. May your memories and love of her bring you peace and keep you strong. Megan was truly a special young lady. While there are no words that can lessen your pain, know that she touched the lives of many. From the first day we met her, she made an amazing impression on us. She had such a beautiful and caring smile. Please know that you are all in our thoughts and prayers.
I am heartbroken to hear of Megan’s passing. There aren’t enough words to express what a profound loss this has been. I was blessed to have taught Megan a few years in my Italian classes. To say that she was a she was an amazing young woman is an understatement. She was a bright light in this dark world and I am forever grateful to have known her. My prayers are with Jenna, Tyler, her parents and all who are grieving this immense loss.
Our hearts are broken. All prayers from the Sanchez household are with you.. God Bless.
Brenda & Michael Williamson
Michelle & Stu & the family.
We were shocked to hear the news regarding the passing of your daughter Megan. Our deepest condolences to and your family. If there is anything we can do please let us know. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Stu , Michelle, Jenna and Tyler- Our deepest condolences in the loss of your beautiful Megan. She will always be remembered. Your family will be in our thoughts and prayers. Sincerely, Joanna, Hank, Daniella and Gabrielle Davis
To the Schulman family,
I am so sorry to hear of the passing of your daughter Megan. It is especially difficult when she was as gentle and giving as a person could be. She was a special student whom I will always remember. I'm sure there will be times in the future when sorrow overcomes you, but remember that she was like a shooting star, brilliantly lighting the darkness, even for a short time.
I am so sorry for your loss. Your family will be in my thoughts and prayers.
Dearest Schulman Family,
There are no words we can offer to take away the pain of your loss. We offer you all our most heartfelt condolences on the loss of your beautiful daughter. Megan has obviously touched so many hearts and lives during her short time here and our daughter, Erin, was not the least of these. Please know that you all will be in our prayers in the coming weeks and months. May your many wonderful memories of Megan bring you peace during this transition.
All of our love,
Matthew and Andréa Lust
(Parents of Erin Lust)
Stuart & Michele, We're so sorry for your loss. We can't even imagine what you & your family are going through. Our thoughts & prayers are with you. Celia & Dave
Megan truly was a light in the lives of our family.
I wish I could be with you, Stu, Michele, Jenna and Tyler.
We will love you forever.
What a beautiful girl. I didn’t know her beyond her Christening. So many, but not so many years ago. She looks so much like her mother in the beautiful memorial photo.
I am a cousin through marriage. My children are Schulman blood. Our Baba is grandpa Pauli’s sister.
We send our sincerest sympathy. Thats an understatement .... no Parent , Grandparent or Sibling should ever feel what you feel. The greatest loss of time.
But in our prayers. At least mine, I pray she will rise to the highest height as one of Gods precious beautiful angels as she served so generously her time and shared her beauty with others here in the physical world.
Megan was a joy to me, her four-year advisor at WashU. She was an excellent student and I was fortunate that she came to see me frequently over the years to discuss the different career paths she was exploring through her courses and internships. I did little advising at these meetings with Megan; usually I just validated that she was thinking through her options well and making wise choices. But they gave me the chance to get to know Megan well beyond her impressive academic and executive skills. I was able to enjoy her sense of humor, positive attitude, and warmth, and appreciate her humility, resilience, and thoughtfulness.
I am so sorry that Meagan is no longer with us and my heart goes out to all who loved her. I will always remember her smile.
Megan was such a joy to be around. In 2019 when my son was a senior in high school and trying to decide where to go to college, Megan took so much time to help him with his decision. We went to St. Louis to visit Wash U and Megan gave us a personal tour of the campus and had a lovely dinner with us later that evening. I'll always remember her as a very happy and loving person. We are all richer from having her in our life.