Services planned for Saturday for slain IU student Hannah Wilson

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Hannah Wilson

FISHERS, Ind. (April 28, 2015) – Services have been announced for Hannah Wilson, the Indiana University student who was murdered last week.

Hamilton Southeastern Schools said services for Wilson, a graduate of Hamilton Southeastern High School, would be held at the Fishers High School Auditorium, 13000 Promise Rd., on Saturday, May 2. The school said the calling would be from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday. Funeral services will follow at 7 p.m.

The services are open to the community. Wilson, who graduated from HSE in 2011, was a former competitive and high school cheerleader who was majoring in psychology at Indiana University. She was set to graduate from IU in May. Arrangements will be handled by Flanner and Buchanan (sign the guestbook).

IU will present Wilson’s diploma to her family in a private ceremony.

The school district released a statement about Wilson’s death:

“Hamilton Southeastern Schools stands ready to support the family of Hannah Wilson. Our school community has lost a promising talent and an even greater person. On behalf of HSE Superintendent Dr. Allen Bourff and the Board of School Trustees, we extend our condolences and prayers to all of her family and loved ones at this most difficult time.”

Wilson’s body was found in a vacant lot in Brown County on Friday. Daniel Messel, 49, has been charged with murder in the case.

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