Wiff Rudd Death – Dead : Wiff Rudd Obituary : Cause of Death Unknown
Wiff Rudd has died, according to a statement posted online on September. 3, 2020.
We learned of the deceased through the following tribute posted on social media.,
Cause of Death.
We have no information at the moment on of caused death . This post will be updated as soon as we have that information.
The following are some tributes posted on social media to honor the life and the legacy of the deceased.
Bruce E. Faske wrote
Oh Wiff, I’m so sorry. She was one of the most refreshing students I met when I visited a couple of years ago. Great questions, great energy, great heart. A huge loss.
Danielle Jesko wrote
Wiff, I am so incredibly sorry for your loss. I just heard the news about Sally- She was the 1st person we met when Tyler toured Baylor. You sent her to meet us. Such a lovely and young woman. My prayers are with you, the Baylor studio and Sally’s family. May God comfort you all.
Martha Haines wrote
so incredibly sorry to hear this, Wiff. I remember seeing Sally around NTC and she always had a smile on her face- I cannot imagine what you and the rest of your Baylor trumpet family are going through right now. sending such big hugs and praying for peace and comfort for each of you and her family.
Justin Weisenborn wrote
Super sad to see this today. I only met Sally a few times, but I remember a short chat we had after she got to Co Springs about the job, etc – was really looking forward to working with her at some point in the AF. Prayers headed y’all’s way.
Zach Buie wrote
A massive loss for those who truly knew and loved her. I knew of her glowing reputation for years before enjoying the honor of meeting her at dinner in San Antonio during ITG. Such a beautiful human being. Much love to my Baylor family.
Jacob Diewald wrote
I will never forget listening to the Legend performance at NTC, and how inspiring Sally was to me as an aspiring trumpeter and musician. Even more than that, I’ll never forget the hangs at NTC and ITG where Sally truly shone as such a beautiful soul. She is someone who has always inspired me to be better at everything I do, and to be such a kind and welcoming individual while doing it. Talk about and incredible role model, and some one I will be forever grateful that our paths have crossed. Much love to you and the Baylor trumpet family.
Brenden Noblitt wrote
I’m so sorry Wiff Rudd, I didn’t get to know Sally as well as I wanted, but my memories of her are nothing but joy. She helped me get around when I toured Baylor, and even spent some time talking trumpet with her at NTC. Rest In Peace
Chris Manners wrote
Wiff, I am so sorry. As one who has been blessed to see your relationships with students, my heart breaks for you and all who knew and loved her. May the Comforter be with you always…
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