|Death: ||Feb. 22, 2011|
Kenai Peninsula Borough
UPDATE: THE TIME BANDIT CAPTAIN JONATHON HILSTRAND STATED ON AFTER THE CATCH THAT JUSTIN HAD SLEEP APNEA, A crewman working on one of the fishing vessels featured in the reality TV show "The Deadliest Catch" has been found dead of unknown causes in a hotel room in his hometown of Homer Alaska, police said on Wednesday
Justin Tennison, 34, was found dead in a hotel in the fishing town of Homer, Alaska. His body was discovered Tuesday by the hotel cleaning staff, Homer Police Lt. Randy Rosencrans said Wednesday.
There was no sign of foul play and the cause of death was unknown, though an autopsy was being conducted Wednesday, Rosencrans said.
Tennison worked as an engineer on the Time Bandit, a vessel captained by brothers Johnathan and Andy Hillstrand, both of Homer.A post on the Time Bandit's official website reads, "Justin fished commercially for many years, living in Alaska for 28 years. He worked on the Time Bandit, alongside his second cousin, Eddie Uwekoolani, Jr., serving as Engineer during the tendering seasons, and joined the Time Bandit crew as a deckhand fishing the Red King 2010 and Opilio 2011 seasonsAnchorage, Alaska —..He is survived by a daughter and a son.
UPDATE AS TO WHERE HES BURIED THANKS TO STEVE
Justin was cremated on 2.28.2011 and committed to the deep in the Bering Sea by the Time Bandit crew.
Body buried at sea
Specifically: Time Bandit Crew scattered ashes in Bering Sea
Created by: Dylan and Ciana
Record added: Feb 23, 2011
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