SOUTH BEND, Ind. — Niele Ivey often reflects on those photos of herself as a younger version, celebrating Notre Dame’s 2001 national championship victory. She recalls the feelings of joy and accomplishment from that perfect moment, when she helped orchestrate the team’s comeback and basked in the confetti. One memory stands out to her the most — the sight of her brother Philippe in the second row of the crowd, wearing an Irish shirt and surrounded by their family. Little did she know, just seven months later, she would be at a hospital identifying Philippe’s lifeless body. The pain of that moment is still vivid in her mind, and she holds onto memories of happier times with him, like the celebration after the national title win, to help cope with the loss. Niele, an organized and scheduled person, found herself facing uncertainty as she navigated life after college. She sought comfort and answers from Philippe, who offered wise advice and reassurance. A few months later, tragedy struck when Philippe was killed in a car accident while on his way to pick up Niele. The devastating loss shook their family to the core, and Niele found solace in the cherished memories and moments they had shared together.