UA students remember Spencer Repp - Tucson News Now

UA students remember Spencer Repp

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Tonight, University of Arizona students joined in remembrance of a freshman who died in an accident over the weekend.

Spencer Repp was killed last Friday night after crashing his motorcycle on Mount Lemmon.

Tonight, his Delta Tau Delta fraternity brothers held a memorial in his honor on campus.

Students say Repp was a very special man who made a difference in people's lives.

"He is with us all and is watching over all of us," one speaker said. "Think of the fun times you had with Spencer and embrace them."

Deputies believe speed was a factor in the crash.

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