Unlike most college students, Chausse had seen combat twice in Iraq, serving the United States Army.
The cause of death is so far unknown but school officials released a statement that said they did not suspect foul play.
A candlelight vigil will be held at the Moulton Tower located at the University of South on Thursday, April 10, at 8 p.m.
The Patriot Guard Riders will ride to USA by way of Old Shell Road and take the east entrance into USA. They will park their bikes near the tower in memorial for Chausse.
The PGR honors active duty and veterans with volunteer honor guards.
Senior ride captain of the Patriot Guard Riders Lloyd Pursley said that the PGR are just doing their duty.
"Ourgoal is to respect the family and the deceased veterans that we honor with ourmissions," said Pursley, who served in Vietnam.
Chausse participated with the PGR frequently as well.
the USA community and the public are all invited to the vigil.
An autopsy could take over two months before cause of death is determined.
In deeply personal responses, dozens of former inmates, family members of current inmates and volunteers with prison ministries have given detailed accounts of how their experiences with the facility continue to affect their lives.
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