Former UK Grad Found Unconscious, Wife Dead In New Hampshire

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Updated: 1/09/2013 6:27 am
 A former University of Kentucky graduate was found unconscious and his wife dead at a New Hampshire home.
 Police said they responded to the condo belonging to the mother of Dr. Eduardo Quesada on Monday.
 They said Quesada's wife was found dead and Quesada, who is an anesthesiologist in New Hampshire, was found unresponsive.
 Back in November, the two suffered serious injuries in what they said was a home invasion.
 Police, however, said there was no sign of forced entry in this case and a large amount of prescription medication was found in the home.
 The couple has a 2-year-old daughter who was not home at the time.
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Blueboy - 1/10/2013 11:26 PM
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What ? He was a "former" UK graduate ? What is he now - an Indiana grad? Or, since he was/is in New Hampshire, perhaps a Dartmouth grad? Sorry, but once you are an alumnus of any particular institution you are always an alum of that institution. You can't be a "former" alum. Although I am pretty sure each college/university has a few or even several alumni they wish they could disavow. Same for the attitudes of some alumni about their alma mater.
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