GoFundMe Set Up for Former Angelo State Rugby Player who Passed Away

SAN ANGELO, TX — A GoFundMe has been set up to help the family of a former Angelo State University Rugby Player who died last week.

According to the GoFundMe, on May 19, 2023, Brian ‘CT’ Signorelli III died. Although it has not been revealed how Signorelli died, a GoFundMe was set up to help pay for the funeral, burial expenses, and Sugnorelli’s last wishes.

“Yesterday, on May 19th, we lost our son Brian Signorelli III, who was a loving brother, devoted husband to Victoria, and friend. At the moment, I understand it is difficult to process what has happened. We are all at a loss for words as well,” stated the Signorelli family on the GoFundMe. “As of now, we are trying to gather the funds for the funeral arrangements and his last wishes. We will keep everyone updated on a date where we can celebrate the life of Brian. If there are any blessings you would like to pay forward, it would be much appreciated. Thank you to everyone for all the love and support. We are truly thankful. He was well loved.” 

During Signorelli’s time at Angelo State University, he was part of the most winning Rugby team in program history. He also won multiple Lone Star Conference Championships. Most recently Signorelli was signed to and played for the Dallas Harlequins Rugby Football Club.

People across social media shared memories of Signorelli on how ‘CT’ was loved, was a loving person, and how he will be missed. 

To donate to the fund click the link here.

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To each their own, but you would be gofunding a family destroyed by whatever it is that happened.  

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