TUCSON, Ariz. -- A University of Arizona student found dead inside a fraternity house near campus has been identified.
University officials say Andrew J. Segal was a 19-year-old sophomore from California. The theater production major was a member of Phi Kappa Psi.
Tucson police responded to the fraternity house Friday afternoon after receiving a medical call. When they arrived, they found Segal dead. The investigation was turned over to campus police after Tucson officers determined Segal was a member of Phi Kappa Psi.
Campus police say the cause of Segal's death remains uncertain pending the results of an autopsy.
unknown if the fraternity was having a social function on Friday.
Segal's profile on the social networking Web site facebook.com says he is from the San Jose area and graduated from Monte Vista High School in 2007 before moving to Tucson to go to UA.
His friends set up a separate facebook.com page in his memory, and many of them remembered Segal as a good friend and a talented actor with a big smile, a kind heart and a keen sense of humor.
Segal's friends and family are to hold a memorial service Sunday in Tucson, followed by a funeral Friday in California.
Shawn Collinsworth, Phi Kappa Psi's national executive director, said the chapter is working with police and campus officials.
He said UA counseling personnel have met with some fraternity members to find out how they can help them through the grieving process.
Members of the fraternity declined comment Saturday and family members could not be reached for comment.