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DUCK HUNTER FOUND DEAD IN MARSH

Wednesday, January 07, 2004

By The Associated Press

BREWSTER, Okanogan County - A construction-industry lobbyist died after falling into the water in an apparent duck-hunting accident, Okanogan County Sheriff Frank Rogers said.

The body of William E. "Willy" O'Neil, 48, of Everett, manager of environmental affairs for the Associated General Contractors in Olympia, was found Monday morning in 3 feet of water in a marsh near the south end of Washburn Island, where the Okanogan River empties into the Columbia River.

He apparently was overcome by hypothermia, Rogers said.

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