Wednesday, June 1, 2016

Who was William S Klug who was murdered by Mainak Sarkar earlier today at UCLA - family, wife, kids, birth date

William S Klug, Bill Klug, Mary Elise Richter, ucla, professor, engineering, los angeles, california, obituary
William Klug, Obituary 

William S Klug was born January 19, 1976 to father Kenneth Harlan Klug and mother Mary Jane Martin in Los Angeles, California. He passed away today at the age of 39. He was predeceased by his father Kenneth Klug (October 17, 1944 - May 8, 2007. He is survived by his mother Mary Jane, younger brothers Andrew, Jeffrey (Amy), wife Mary Elize Richter in California and their two children Timothy, 9, and Rosemary, 7.

Ashley Erin Hasti, Obituary

Ashley Erin Hasti was born March 30, 1985 in Hennepin, Minnesota to father Wayne Alan Hasti and mother Colleen Marie Fitzgibbons (1961-2011). Ashley passed away March 31, 2016 in Minnesota at the age of 31. She was predeceased by her mother Colleen. She is survived by her father Wayne and younger sister Alexandra. 

The shooter was just named, Mainak Sarkar. He was born June 16, 1977. He was a past PhD student, lived in Indian, California, Texas and Minnesota. Turns out he killed his ex-girlfriend in Minnesota before coming to Los Angeles today. Angry young men with access to guns killing innocent people. The professor went way out of his way to help this student. He was repaid by being killed. 


Mainak Sarkar, shooter, killer, UCLA student
Per the LAPD Mainak Sarkar killed his ex-girlfriend Ashley Hasti. He was living in Minnesota, allegedly killed her there then came here and killed Bill Klug. Here is Mainak Sarkar's facebook page. I only see pics of them together in 2008.

https://www.facebook.com/smainak

Here is his dead ex-girlfriend's page. She was murdered by Mainak day before he came to LA to shoot Bill Klug. She was 31. 

https://www.facebook.com/ashley.hasti

Ashley Hasti, minnesota, murdered, mainak sarkar, ucla, los angeles, califonria, suicide, bill klug

Ashley Hasti, minnesota, murdered, mainak sarkar, ucla, los angeles, califonria, suicide, bill klug


"The shooter was Mainak Sarkar, said Officer Jenny Houser, a city police spokeswoman. Sarkar is listed on a UCLA website as a member of a computational biomechanics research group run by the victim, a professor of biomechanical engineering."

Photo of Mainak Sarkar class in Indian school of engineering.


Mainak Sarkar, Department of Aerospace Engineering, India


"Klug was a professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering at UCLA. He also received his master's degree from the school in 1999, then earned a Ph.D. from Caltech in 2003.

The UCLA website describes his research at the school as focusing on theoretical and computational biomechanics."

More photos of Bill Klug a much loved professor at UCLA. I live right next to the campus and heard all the noise this morning. 

This is his page in the UCLA website
http://www.seas.ucla.edu/~klug/

His email address. klug@seas.ucla.edu

Everyone really loved this guy. So sad.



William S Klug, Bill Klug, Mary Elise Richter, ucla, professor, engineering, los angeles, california, obituary


William S Klug, Bill Klug, Mary Elise Richter, ucla, professor, engineering, los angeles, california, obituary

William S Klug, Bill Klug, Mary Elise Richter, ucla, professor, engineering, los angeles, california, obituary
William S Klug, Bill Klug, Mary Elise Richter, ucla, professor, engineering, los angeles, california, obituary
From the UCLA Chancellor today,

To the Campus Community:

I am saddened to share with you that the Los Angeles County coroner’s office has confirmed that one of the two victims in Wednesday’s tragic shooting was Professor William “Bill” S. Klug.

Our entire UCLA family is mourning the loss of Professor Klug, a respected, dedicated and caring faculty member in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering. At this time, our thoughts and prayers are with Professor Klug’s wife, Mary, his two children, and his extended family, friends and colleagues. UCLA will be there for them in the difficult days and months ahead.

Professor Klug led the Klug Research Group, which focuses on theoretical and computational biomechanics. He received his master’s degree from UCLA in 1999 and his doctorate from Caltech in 2003. He joined the UCLA faculty in July 2003.

Though the path to healing is long, we will make the journey together, supporting one another along the way. Let us remember and be grateful for the wonderful gifts and talents Professor Klug shared with us at UCLA.

Sincerely,
Gene D. Block

Chancellor


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