David Split was 61 years old when he was lost in Lake Michigan on September 12 while fishing.
According to the official report, David went out on his 29-foot Blue Sea Sundancer named “A&A.” on September 12.
He was reported missing on September 13 when his boat was found unoccupied near 32 nautical miles west of Grand Haven.
According to rescue units, they have searched about 6553 square miles for about 3 days with no sign of David being found.
His body was recovered on September 15 in 35 feet of water by Michigan State Police troopers.
A 27-year-old male, Kenyatta Freeman, lost his life in Lake Michigan while swimming near 49th Street Beach.
According to the police report, a group of people jumped into the water at about 10:20 p.m. on September 4.
Kenyatta was also among them but he did not resurface.
The Chicago Police Department was called to the scene and they pulled Kenyatta out of the water.
He was transported to Chicago Medical Center where he died.
Gerardo Castaneda-Soto was just 27 years old when his body was recovered from Lake Michigan near Whiting Lakefront Park.
Officers were dispatched to the scene when it was reported that a man who went swimming was struggling in the water.
Gerardo was taken out by the Whiting Fire Department and transported to St. Catherine’s Hospital in East Chicago.
He was pronounced dead later on.
Bryan Jackson was 38 years old when he lost his life in Lake Michigan near 31st Street Beach.
Officials say that Bryan was on a 27-foot boat when he went swimming and had some trouble.
His friends who were with him on the boat told police that Bryan jumped into the water to swim north of 31st Street Beach and never returned.
The rescue teams started the recovery mission immediately but they could not find Bryan’s body for several days.
On September 12, his body was recovered from Promontory Point in Hyde Park.
Kelly Jirgal was 46 years old when she lost her life after diving into Lake Michigan near Montrose Harbor.
The Marine unit pulled the body from the water at around 2:15 a.m. and transported the woman in a very critical condition.
The initial report says that she did not resurface after diving in the water.
She was pronounced dead at 6:15 a.m. the following morning.