Jeremy Gordaneer Death – Obituary: Victoria homicide victim identified.
Jeremy Gordaneer Cause of Death
The victim of the Victoria homicide that happened on 31st of August has been identified by authorities. Jeremy Gordaneer Death has been identified as the victim in a shooting that happened last month off Washington Avenue North. Prior to his death, he was a friend, father and an artist.
“He was the most beautiful, kind and well-loved person you could ever meet. He was a gifted painter, a gentle genius. He loved deeply, especially his dear daughters. He did not deserve to die this way.” Gordaneer’s wife, Thea Patterson, told CTV News.
Tributes: Some of Gordaneer’s colleagues and friends have poured out their heart felt condolences.
Brad Muir “Jeremy’s work, generosity and spirit has encouraged and inspired many artists within our program. Our deepest empathy and heartfelt support goes out [to] the family and friends of Jeremy.”
Some of the neighbours were interviewed when officers were back at the Rockland property on Wednesday to gather evidence.
- Const. Cam MacIntyre reported that: “Police and paramedics were called to the house around 5 a.m. What we found is a man in medical distress, suffering life-threatening injuries within a residence of that location. We provided some emergency first aid on scene along with paramedics. However, that man died from his injuries.”
- A resident in the upscale neighbourhood (Don McConaughey) says he awoke to what sounded like gunfire. “All I heard was ‘pop, pop. It wasn’t loud, just ‘pop, pop’ – two distinct sounds.”
- Another neighbour (Matt Longpre) said his wife heard sirens, but that didn’t seem unusual given their proximity to Fort Street, a busy corridor. “I didn’t really notice anything until I left in the morning and saw the police tape. I wouldn’t expect this to be just a couple doors down.”
There have been no arrests made yet in relation to the homicide and Police are still carrying on with their investigation. Anyone with valuable information is advised to reach out to Victoria police.