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Bazzi’s fondness for exotic pets was a sentiment echoed by his peers at Behrend.
“One of my favorite Bazzi stories is how he ordered an alligator off the internet and kept it hidden in his dorm,” Dylewski said. “You never knew what the next adventure was going to be.”
Loved ones remember Bazzi as the kind of person who brought people together.
“Bazzi had so much love, that’s what makes him unique,” said Vanessa Zoghbi, who attended the British International School near Bazzi’s. “He included everyone all the time through jokes. He always had our attention…not because he wanted to entertain, but because he genuinely wanted everyone to be happy. He was the glue in a huge group of friends.”
Bazzi is survived by his mother Sana Bazzi, his father Hisham Bazzi and sisters Haya, Noura and Sarah.
Grief counseling is available for Northeastern students through University Health and Counseling Services and WeCare.
Photo courtesy Milton Sibanda