Identified! Canada - Kingston, ON, human remains at fire site, Jul'10 - Raymond Ottenhof

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  1. Patience

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    There have now been two unexplained fire deaths in the Kingston region in the past five weeks, with the revelation by investigators that a body was found in the charred shell of a Loyalist Township home.
    A post mortem is expected to be done today in Ottawa on the remains found Tuesday at the property at 2306 Switzerville Rd., about 20 km west of Kingston.

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    On June 8, a 35-year-old Napanee man died in an explosion and fire.
    The remains of Patrick Painter, a corporal in the Canadian Forces, were found in the rubble of his home at 226 Queen St., a quiet residential street in the town's east end:waitasec:
    http://www.thewhig.com/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=2669237
     
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    Police Briefs



    Posted By THE WHIG-STANDARD

    Posted 4 days ago

    POLICE SEEK HOMEOWNER
    Police have released the name of a Loyalist Township man whose home was destroyed by fire on the weekend.
    Raymond Zachary Ottenhof, 49, lived at the limestone house at 2306 Switzerville Rd. Police say he is a construction worker with associates in Loyalist Township, Napanee and the Kingston area.


    A intense fire gutted Ottenhof's house early Sunday morning.

    Loyalist firefighters searched the rubble of the house after the blaze was out and found no sign of a victim, but police say they've been stymied in finding Ottenhof, who is known to take trips lasting several days.
    Anyone with information should contact police.

    http://www.thewhig.com/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=2665473
     
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    The first article says remains were found but the next article says no remains found. Same address, apparently same fire, am I missing something?
     
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    It appears to me that the remains were the missing homeowner. At least he has had his obituary published:

    http://www.123people.com/ext/frm?ti...x%3FDaId=148985648&section=weblink&wrt_id=431

     

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