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May 13, 2016 05:55 AM EDT

Arizona State University Professor, Debra Schwartz, Discovered Dead By Oak Creek Canyon

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The corpse of missing Arizona State University, Deb Schwartz, was seen by Oak Creek Canyon earlier on Sunday morning. This incident was reported by Coconino County Sheriff's office announced. According to reports, ASU professor, Debra Schwartz went lost in a camp ground Coconino National Forest last May 4.

As stated by observers, Schwartz was last seen in the Pine Flat Campground Oak Creek Canyon. Oak Creek Canyon is located in Cococino National Forest located south of Flagstaff, Arizona. Mark Searle, ASU executive vice president and provost, released a statement in relation to Schwartz's passing, as reported in University Herald. He said:

 "We are deeply saddened by the loss of our colleague, Debra Schwartz, who devoted her career to helping others find the joy of new-found knowledge and creative ability."

Schwartz's body will be transferred to Coconino County Medical Examiner's Office. At this office, medical authorities would attempt to discover the cause of Schwartz's death, as well as the way she died.

In another report by Azcentral.com, it was reported that Schwartz had an intense passion for adventure. Word has it that Schwartz never let the fact she had no companion to stop her from going on adventures alone, regardless, whether or not there is danger looming ahead in the adventures she goes into.

In fact, Schwartz's friend, Franklin Evans,  said he would never forget a few summers prior, Schwartz went on an adventure in Colorado alone. Evans said Schwartz went camping and hiking all by herself at the time in Colorado. Evans and Schwartz met in 2010 while they were volunteers at Career Connectors. Career Connectors is a non-profit organization that helps people create resumes and cover letter not long after the recession occurred in 2008.

As reported also in Azcentral.com, Schwartz's friends and ASU community members are grieving over the loss of their beloved friend. Her friends said they would always remember Schwartz as having a caring spirit and someone who has a great love and interest in writing.

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