Student Found Dead In Dorm Room Central Washington University - Death Cause

Student Found Dead In Dorm Room Central Washington University – Death Cause

Student Found Dead In Dorm Room – Since we found out about the unexpected death of a Central Washington University student at his on-campus dorm this past week, the Wildcat family has been going through a rough patch emotionally. While we are all grieving the sudden loss of Gabe Jungmann, Central has been in regular touch with Gabe’s parents, Conrad and Jennifer, to discuss the manner in which they would like us to communicate the information regarding Gabe’s passing and the planned memorial ceremony.

While the Kittitas County Medical Examiner’s Office has not yet determined(link is external) the cause of Gabe’s death, we continue to work with the Jungmanns to figure out how to convey the circumstances of their devastating loss with the CWU community in the most effective way possible. People who knew Gabriel fondly recall him as a lively and interesting person who made a positive impact on the lives of everyone he came in contact with thanks to his hilarious sense of humor and sincere, passionate approach to his interpersonal connections.

According to what his family wrote in his obituary, “Gabe affected everyone he knew with his dry humor, broad intelligence, and real love for other people.” In addition to his studies in cinema and communications at Central, the native of Lynnwood enjoyed activities such as river rafting, hiking, playing video games, going on road trips with his father, gardening with his mother, and telling jokes with his brother Lucas and sister Maya.

Eli Munn, a childhood friend of Gabriel’s, described the overwhelming sense of grief he is experiencing as he wonders what life would be like once Gabe has passed away. Eli, who was also a student at CWU, expressed his feelings for Gabe by saying, “Gabe was my best buddy and I loved him so dearly.” “Even though I’ve known him since kindergarten, it’s still hard for me to accept that he’s passed away.”