Joe Jarzynka Obituary, Cause Of Death – Reports and messages posted on social media by friends, teammates, and school officials indicate that Joe Jarzynka, who passed away not too long ago, rose from his status as a relatively unknown walk-on player to become one of the most popular football players at the University of Washington in the 1990s or ever.
Jarzynka was a member of the football team at the University of Washington. According to a report that was published on myclallamcounty.com, the body of a man who has been identified as Jarzynka was found along the Sol Duc River in the Olympic Peninsula early on Sunday morning.
According to the report, at approximately ten in the morning on Sunday, deputies from the Clallam County Sheriff’s Office were dispatched to a report that there was a man who had passed away on a river bank outside of Forks. The report states that the man was found on the river bank.
The person who filed the report stated that the reporting party informed them that a male was obviously dead and was wearing a tan fishing vest at the time of the incident. This information was provided to the filing party by the reporting party.
According to the report, a swift-water rescue team was also dispatched in addition to deputies and medical personnel who responded to the scene of the accident. The report states that they found a pontoon boat designed for one person that was stuck in a log jam approximately one mile away from the spot where the deceased male was found.
Joseph D. Jarzynka, a resident of Tacoma who is 45 years old, was identified as the person believed to be responsible for this crime. According to the information provided by Jarzynka’s family, which was cited in the report, Jarzynka went to Forks with the intention of going fishing and brought a pontoon boat with him that was intended for a single angler.