From the C&MA website:

Simpson University staff and students are deeply saddened by the tragic loss of David Yang, a recent Simpson graduate who was found shot to death in his vehicle September 22 at 3:20 a.m. in Chico, California. David had been working the night shift at his job and was on his way home for a dinner break. He was 26.David graduated in 2011 with a degree in pastoral studies and served as an admission counselor at Simpson. Recently married, David had been pastoring in a Hmong Alliance church while working part time. His wife, Sarah, also is a Simpson graduate. “David was a man of great joy-constantly smiling no matter where he was,” says Matt Kluttz, director for University Relations.“He was a young man who exuded the love of Christ in his life,” University President Dr. Larry McKinney adds. “May God grant ‘a peace that passes all understanding’ to family and friends during this very difficult time. Our hearts and prayers are with the Yangs as we trust the Lord’s sovereignty together.”Please pray for David’s wife, Sarah; David’s family; and the greater Hmong community as they mourn the loss of this dear brother.For more information, contact Matt Kluttz at

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