Patrick Serzynski went missing on Oct. 30 near Lake Villa
The body of a 60-year-old duck hunter has been recovered from Fourth Lake near Lake Villa — a village in Lake County, Illinois — on Saturday after he first went missing on Oct. 30., according to reports.
Patrick Serzynski was identified by the Lake County Coroner's Office while a preliminary autopsy ruled that he had drowned, per CBS affiliate WBBM-TV, ABC affiliate WLS-TV and the Lake and McHenry County Scanner. The Lake County Sheriff's Office is investigating the incident.
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On Oct. 30, the Lake County Sheriff's Office said in a statement posted to Facebook that Serzynski “was last heard from around 10am when he was hunting on Fourth Lake, from his duck blind.”
Serzynski's boat was recovered on the day he went missing, the police confirmed, adding that his personal property had also been recovered.
Additionally, nearby fire departments sent out dive teams and rescue boats to look for Serzynski as the search continued throughout the week, CBS News reported.
In an obituary, it was revealed that in September, Serzynski celebrated 30 years of marriage with his wife Kimberley (née Nelson). “They had endless adventures, mishaps and cherished times,” the article read.
He’s also survived by his son, Patrick, who was described as Serzynski’s “greatest joy.”
“Pat's greatest joy was his son Patrick and being a dad, from teaching him how to fish and hunt, being his floor hockey coach, working alongside each other on cars, and too many more precious moments to list,” the obituary added.
The family went on to thank friends, family and neighbors for their love and support, as well as the Fourth Lake Hunt Club and the rescue teams.
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