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Ann Arbor Police, Sheriff's Deputies, & Local Divers, Search For The Body Of Richard Otto In Second Sister Lake, June 1961

Ann Arbor Police, Sheriff's Deputies, & Local Divers, Search For The Body Of Richard Otto In Second Sister Lake, June 1961 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 22, 1961
Caption
DROWNING SEARCH: This was the scene at Second Sister Lake in Scio township yesterday afternoon shortly after Richard Otto, 15, drowned. Boats manned by city police and sheriff's deputies cruise the area while a buoy at left marks the spot where the youth was last seen. The shoreline in the background was used as the base of operations for the eight skindivers who participated in the search. The body was recovered after a two-hour

Otto Services

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Day
22
Month
June
Year
1961
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Sheriff's Deputies Search For The Body Of Gerald Gainsley In Portage Lake, January 1956

Sheriff's Deputies Search For The Body Of Gerald Gainsley In Portage Lake, January 1956 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 2, 1956
Caption
GRIM SEARCH AT PORTAGE LAKE: Two sheriff's deputies work from a boat with grappling hooks in search of the body of a 13-year-old Dexter area boy who drowned yesterday afternoon while ice skating at Portage Lake. The body of the victim, Gerald P. Gainsley, jr., was recovered by the deputies around 5 p.m. The deputies are Arthur Devoe (seated) and Nolan Lee. Two other Dexter boys were rescued by Robert Bolton of Portage Lake. They were David Kolander, 13, and Don (Toby) Roberts, 12.

Mayor Brown Honors "Ann Arbor's Hero", April 1953

Mayor Brown Honors "Ann Arbor's Hero", April 1953 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 15, 1953
Caption
Frank K. Kornexl, jr., (left) accepts a wrist watch from Mayor William E. Brown, jr., in commemoration of Kornexl's rescue of a nine-year-old boy from the Huron River on April 9. The watch is inscribed to "Ann Arbor's hero." Kornexl, 16, pulled Joel Bank from the river after the boy fell from the Foster bridge.

City Honors Three Officers

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Day
26
Month
May
Year
1959
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Body Recovered In Huron River Near Amtrak Station, December 1983

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Ann Arbor News, December 9, 1983
Caption
Recovered Body - Ann Arbor firefighters and police officers pull the body of a man believed to be in his mid 20s from the Huron River near the Amtrak station on Depot Street Thursday afternoon. A citizen phoned Ann Arbor police after spotting the body about 1 p.m. Police reported there was no evidence of foul play. They said they are investigating the possibility that the victim matches the description of a person reported missing earlier in the day.