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The University of Missouri, its School of Music and Marching Mizzou mourn the loss of one of their own.
Alex Jackson, a 20-year-old third-year student at MU, died Nov. 24 after a battle with cancer. Jackson was a member of the Marching Mizzou Band and played the mellophone. He was also a member of the horn choir, played the French horn and was a member of the Kappa Kappa Psi Service Fraternity.
"He touched the hearts and lives of so many and fought such a good fight," the University of Missouri School of Music wrote in a Facebook post. "His professors, ensemble members and classmates are mourning right now. Our hearts also go out to his family who have supported him to the end."
Jackson is a 2020 graduate of Sherwood High School, Creighton, Missouri. There he was a member of the band and scholar's bowl.
Jackson's last performance with Marching Mizzou was at Arrowhead Stadium in front of a crowd of thousands at a Kansas City Chiefs game.
"For the past season in Volume 136, despite chemo treatments, he's done almost every rehearsal and performance his body allowed," read a post on Marching Mizzou's Facebook page. "He loved Marching Mizzou and we were one of the reasons he fought so hard against the disease. Mizzou was the only college choice for him and Marching Mizzou, the only college band. His desire was to be a loud, excited and positive figure for Marching Mizzou, which will help everyone "find the good in the tough times and keep working towards being what we are, which is the 'best band of the country'."
The School of Music wrote that they are planning a candlelight vigil for Jackson next week. Details of the vigil are still pending.
This article originally appeared in the Columbia Daily Tribune: The University of Missouri Mourns the Loss of a Member of Marching Mizzou

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