Jesse Mesaros Death – Jesse Mesaros also known as Jesé Messÿ from Ohio passed away earlier this week leaving his beloved family and family. Jesse made everyone so happy and just brought the joy out of others. He never failed to have a good time and was sweetheart who will be missed every single day. Reports has it that this time that he had died after a drowning incident. The information are still yet to be verified by any confirmed sources.
The loved ones of Jesse Mesaros are mourning his passing and some have taken to social media to share tributes. Ryan Guthrie from Richmond, Virginia, wrote in a Facebook tribute that it was a extra heavy heart for everyone who has been suffering the loss of this man right here Jesé Messÿ … he was one of the upmost realist person to ever walk this earth. Ryan said Jesse always made him feel like a part of the family from day one. He had a certain type of a swag and anytime he would come down to North Carolina, Jesse was the first to greet him, and stick by his side. He was introduced to Jesse by his good buddy Tw Rose and after that they hit it off, sun up to sun down, that’s how the get down.
Jesse Mesaros Obituary and funeral plans will be released by the family…
RELATED ARTICLE: 64-year-old Ravenna man drowns in Lake Hodgson
The death of a guy from Ravenna who was 64 years old and was found drowned in Lake Hodgson is being investigated by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources. On Monday evening, just after 8 o’clock, Ravenna police and fire officials were dispatched to Lake Hodgson at 5331 Lakewood Road in Ravenna in response to a complaint of a boat that had capsized in the lake. A second call was received by dispatch indicating that there was a body in the lake before the teams arrived at the scene.
The body of a male was discovered floating in the water by fire crews when they arrived. Albert Kovach, 64 years old, a resident of Ravenna was subsequently identified as the guy. The pickup truck belonging to Kovach was found parked in a nearby area close to a boat ramp.
The boat and all of the fishing equipment were hauled back to shore by the emergency response teams. The inquiry will be carried out by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, which was contacted about the matter.
Anyone who may have information regarding this occurrence is urged to get in touch with the Ravenna Police Department at (330) 296-6486.
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