Boston College today identified the woman killed in a Huntington Avenue incident late Friday as Kelsey Rennebohm, a graduate student in the Lynch School of Education:
Rennebohm was a gifted student and an experienced teacher who worked to provide high-quality instruction and support services for all children. A 2006 honors graduate of Barnard College, Rennebohm was enrolled full-time in the Lynch School's counseling psychology program. Prior to attending BC, she had worked for two years as a teacher in New York City.
BC said funeral arrangements were not yet available. Among her survivors is her father, Max, a United Church of Christ minister in Seattle.
Channel 5 reports the police investigation into her death, which involved an MBTA bus, continues.
In the Boston Store:
On September 14, 1716, Boston Light became the first lighthouse established in Colonial America....
$24.99 - Learn more / Buy
Family owned and operated since 1989, Ann Clark Cookie Cutters (The Cookie Cutter People from...
$5.99 - Learn more / Buy
New England Patriots tight end and former Arizona Wildcats standout Rob Gronkowski stands 3 3/4-...
$8.27 - Learn more / Buy