Gregory Eells Death

NBC Nightly News

His death was ruled a suicide by the medical examiner’s office, according to James Garrow, a spokesman for the Philadelphia Department of Public Health.

https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/head-mental-health-services-university-pennsylvania-dies-suicide-n1052156

By Janelle Griffith

Cornell Daily Sun

James Garrow, the director of communications for the City of Philadelphia’s Public Health Department, confirmed reports by student paper The Daily Pennsylvanian that the city’s medical examiner had ruled the death a suicide.

https://cornellsun.com/2019/09/10/transformational-former-director-of-cornell-caps-gregory-eells-dies-in-pennsylvania/

By Sarah Skinner

Daily Pennsylvanian

His death was ruled a suicide by the Medical Examiner’s Office, spokesperson James Garrow confirmed to The Daily Pennsylvanian, and reports indicate he jumped from a building in Center City Philadelphia.

https://www.thedp.com/article/2019/09/caps-director-gregory-eells-dies-penn

By Manlu Liu and Max Cohen

Inquirer

His death occurred about 6:40 a.m. along the 100 block of South Broad Street, where Eells had been living. It was ruled a suicide by the medical examiner’s office, said James Garrow, a spokesperson for the Philadelphia Department of Public Health.

https://www.inquirer.com/news/unviersity-of-pennsylvania-death-psychological-services-20190909.html

By Susan Snyder, Mike Newall and Mensah M. Dean

CBS Evening News

The head of the University of Pennsylvania’s psychological and counseling services department died by suicide, officials confirmed on Wednesday. Dr. Gregory Eells, 52, died on Monday morning due to multiple blunt impact injuries, according to the Philadelphia Department of Health, and the University of Pennsylvania confirmed his death to CBS News.

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/gregory-eells-death-director-university-of-pennsylvania-mental-health-services-dies-by-suicide-in-philadelphia/

By Brian Pascus

People

Dr. Gregory Eells, the executive director of counseling and psychological services at the University of Pennsylvania, died by suicide, a spokesperson with the Philadelphia Department of Public Health confirms to PEOPLE.

https://people.com/health/university-of-pennsylvania-mental-health-services-head-suicide/

By Helen Murphy