Owen Dettman Elmhurst, IL York Community High School student died from seizure attack

Elmhurst, Illinois community residents mourn with beloved a mother Caroline Dettman whose son tragically passed away, Learn more about Owen Dettman death and obituary

Owen Dettman Death – The Elmhurst, Illinois community is mourning with the family of a beloved mother of three whose son passed away tragically. Owen Dettman a bright student of York Community High School died from seizure attack. The entire community members are now sending prayers and love to Herricks High School graduate Caroline Dettman following the heartbreaking death of her son.

Owen was a smart, intelligent and diligent 17-year-old teenager who loved his twin brother, elder, brother, and parents. Owen was a lover of arts, he also enjoyed playing the roles of  his favourite novel characters in plays. He was student at York Community High School located in the 355 W St Charles Rd, Elmhurst, IL. The cause of Owens death was revealed to be seizure.

Seizures – Seizures are brief episodes of abnormally high levels of electrical activity between neurons in the brain, which can manifest as altered muscle tone or movement (stiffness, twitching, or limpness), behaviour, sensation, or awareness.

York Community High School – Elmhurst, Illinois, United States, is home to York Community High School, a public high school. The area is served by the Elmhurst Community Unit School District 205. The majority of the district’s pupils live in Elmhurst, but others commute from nearby communities like Addison, Bensenville, and Oak Brook.

Owen Dettman Obituary and Funeral Arrangements will be Released by the Family

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