Andrea Celeste Morton '10

Andrea Celeste Morton was a clinical health studies major in the School of Health Sciences and Human Performance, and a music (voice) minor. She was a resident assistant in Emerson Hall and a lifeguard for the Office of Recreational Sports. In the month prior to her death, she was among a select group honored with the Peggy R. Williams Award for Academic and Community Leadership, presented to students who have demonstrated outstanding performance in both academic and nonacademic endeavors during their years at IC.

A member of the class of 2010, Andrea was incredibly active in campus life. She was a performer with the IC Women's Chorale, devoted to the campus ministry, and was one of a handful of students selected from HSHP to study physical therapy in Beijing. Posthumously, Andrea was inducted into the RA Hall of Fame and awarded IC's prestigious Campus Life Award.

Andrea graduated as valedictorian from Salamanca High School in 2006. She was a member of the National, Science, and Spanish Honor Societies, played varsity soccer, junior varsity and varsity basketball, varsity track, and was on the regional travel league soccer team. Andrea also participated in the drama club, concert band, the NYSSMA Woman's Chorus, jazz band, and the the American Music Abroad European Honor Choir.

Andrea passed away as a result of a sudden medical condition. As their senior class gift, her IC classmates created the Class of 2010 Scholarship in Memory of Andrea Morton.

This is a very nice tribute to Andrea. She touched so many lifes in such a short time and accomplished so much. She was an inspiration. She still lives in our thoughts and memories. She is missed so much.

Aunt Ann

What a tribute she reaching for a dream. She shared so much of herself with the world around. Sadly for far too little time.

Dona Ingerson

To our beautiful Andrea
Lost way to soon---loved so very,very much---always in our hearts
Grandma Morton

Kathleen A. Morton

This is beautiful! She was a truly remarkable young woman with a zest for life that I've rarely seen. I had the distinct privilege of dancing and participating in theater with her. The world truly lost someone great.