Edith Ostrander Obituary, Elderly woman killed in Hockley County fire

Edith Ostrander Obituary, Death – The identity of a woman who perished in a house fire on Wednesday has been made known to the wider public after more information, including the woman’s name, was made available to the public at large. Her name is now known to the general public. The Hockley County Sheriff’s Office provided us with this information and we are grateful to them. They were the ones who made it available to us. At 10:45 in the morning, firefighters from the communities of Wolfforth, Carlisle, and Shallowater in Lubbock County were dispatched to 6791 Fox Road in order to extinguish a fire that had begun to develop on the property and was in the process of becoming more extensive. As soon as the firefighters arrived, the blaze was quickly brought under control. During the investigation of the residence, deputies from the Henry County Sheriff’s Office discovered the decomposing remains of Edith Ostrander, who had reached the age of 75 at the time of her dying.

The body of the deceased individual was found in the place. According to the findings of the HCSO, the most significant contributor to Ostrander’s passing was asphyxiation, which was brought on by the inhalation of smoke. This conclusion was reached based on the findings of the HCSO. It was widely believed that this was the key factor that led to Ostrander’s demise. According to the Henrico County Sheriff’s Office, the cause of the fire has not been determined as of this time; however, it is assumed that there were electrical issues within the property itself. The statement that was released by the HCSO indicates that the findings of the full autopsy are not yet ready to be disclosed to the general public at this time. The investigation is still being carried out at this day in spite of the fact that the authorities have said that “no criminal infractions are claimed to have occured.

” In a statement that he shared on social media, Hockley County Sheriff Ray Scrifes conveyed his sympathies and offered prayers for the Ostrander family, as well as her friends and loved ones. He also thanked those who had supported her throughout her life. Additionally, he prayed for them and their family in the post. The Hockley County Sheriff is keeping the Ostrander family in his thoughts and prayers at this difficult time. The comment was distributed further and shared on a number of other social media channels. During this trying time, the Ostrander family is in our thoughts and prayers as we go through this challenging situation. We are saddened for the loss that they have suffered.