About Nicholas Cumer (from the Washington Post):
Nicholas P. Cumer, 25, was a graduate student in the master of cancer care program at St. Francis University in Pennsylvania. He was in Dayton interning as a trainer for the Maple Tree Cancer Alliance, a cancer treatment center, according to a statement from the organization on Facebook.
Cumer was one week away from completing his internship, the statement, said, and the organization had offered him a full-time job running one of its new offices. The organization wrote that two other employees were injured in the shooting.
“Nick is remembered for his hard work and dedication to Maple Tree," the statement said. "He loved his patients and served them well, with a loving and caring spirit. He continuously went above and beyond our expectations and worked with a high level of excellence.”
Cumer dedicated his life to caring for others, the Rev. Malachi Van Tassell, president of St. Francis University, wrote in a statement. Earlier this year, Cumer was recognized by the school for completing more than 100 hours of community service. He was also a graduate assistant with the university’s marching band. -- Rebecca Tan