Jordyn Engler Death, Obituary – On Sunday, members of the student’s family, friends, and classmates from Ellington High School will come together to commemorate the life of a freshman who passed away after being involved in a tubing accident. On Sunday evening, from 5 till 7 o’clock, a memorial service for Jordyn Engler, who was 14 years old, will be conducted in the auditorium of the Ellington High School. On September 5, Engler passed away while tubing in the Catskill Mountains with her father.
On September 5, her corpse was removed from a stream in New York by the police after it was reported that she and a male were in danger in the water when they were tubing. At around 11:15 in the morning on that day, deputies and rescue workers responded to the Espous Creek in Shandaken, New York, which is located next to the Allaben Cemetery.
The male was extricated from the water by the emergency personnel, and they then attempted to save the daughter. The DEP blocked the entrance to the gateway that allowed water to flow from Schoharie Reservoir into the stream. The corpse of Engler was retrieved by rescue teams after a period of many hours had elapsed, during which time the water level in the stream had decreased and the current had slowed. Her death is being looked into by the Ulster County Sheriff’s Office at this time.
In the days that followed the sad fatal tubing accident, Ellington Superintendent Scott Nicol told the parents and the community of Ellington about the loss of Engler, and the school offered counseling services to the Ellington community. He stated in the letter that Jordyn’s father, Jeff Engler, had made a full recovery from his injuries.
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through an earlier period, Nicol had written that “Together, as a caring and close-knit community, we will support one another during this difficult time.” On Facebook, Jeff Engler shared the tragic news that he had lost his daughter on the tubing trip in upstate New York. He asked for people’s prayers and support, and he asked them to give a hug to their own children on his behalf.
On the website www.giveforward.com, a memorial fund for the family has been established. According to the page for the memorial fund, “The Jordyn Engler Memorial was established to assist the family with expenses as well as make charitable donations in Jordyn’s name to celebrate her life.” On their Facebook page, the Fierce All Stars cheering squad in Manchester also spoke about the grief of losing Engler, who was a part of their team.
“During this time, our hearts are filled with sadness. We are all grateful that Jordyn was able to be a part of our lives since she possessed a kind and kind spirit, and we will miss her deeply. Yesterday, we were informed of the untimely demise of her loved one. We ask that everyone keep Jordyn and her family in their thoughts and prayers. Please keep them in your thoughts and prayers.
Let’s make it a point to support one another as part of this program. We will never forget you, Jordyn, and you will always be in our hearts. The Fierce All Stars group wrote a message about the awful event on Facebook the day after they found out about it. According to Jordyn’s coach, Kelly Davis, she “was an exceptionally hard working athlete.” Davis shared that “she was loved by both her teammates and her coaches.” When she was competing, her grin shone brightly on the stage, and it was easy to see that she was a performer.