A Lansing Catholic High School teacher that went missing on Wednesday afternoon and was believed to be suicidal was located later in the day, according to WILX-TV.  While the story offered no specifics, several tributes to Ross Baldwin, the LCHS teacher that authorities were asking the public's help in locating, have been pouring onto social media sites.

Mady Patsey told us "He was a hilarious man and taught me, and all of his students, a lot of wonderful things about history and just about life. He really made going to that school worth while."  Katelynn Frush said "He was a wonderful man and teacher & touched many lives."

While there remains little to share in the way of details surrounding the death of Mr. Baldwin, a Catholic Diocese of Lansing spokesperson confirmed his death with WKAR News.

Grief counselors will be at the school on Thursday, WKAR says.  Baldwin leaves behind a wife and two children.