It is with a heavy heart that the School of Medicine mourns the loss of one of its students. Seth Bombet, a member of the Class of 2022, passed away on October 11, 2018 at the age of 24 following a several year battle with bone cancer. Seth, a native of Baton Rouge and a resident of New Orleans, graduated from Louisiana State University, summa cum laude in biological science. He was a medical student at Louisiana State University School of Medicine in New Orleans. Growing up, Seth loved learning, and spending his summers at Henry S. Jacobs Camp, a summer camp for Jewish youth. He went on as a young adult to become a counselor at summer camp programs as well as Camp Dreamstreet, a free program hosted at Jacobs Camp for disabled children. He was an active participant in the Southern Federation of Temple Youth, and was a brother of Theta Xi fraternity at Louisiana State University. He is survived by his father, Charles N. Bombet II; his mother, Carolyn P. Bombet; sisters: Natalie B. Sack and her husband Kenneth and Elizabeth B. Hanson and her husband Justin; paternal grandparents, Julius “Buddy” Bombet and Lizca Bombet and Henry Spielberger; and maternal grandfather, Vincent W. Miranda, Sr. Seth is preceded in death by his brother, Joshua Albert Bombet; his mother, Andrea Clare Miranda; and grandmothers, Ruth Silverman Spielberger and Marion Peltier Miranda.