Gillenwater’s death ruled natural; Identity of man found dead Tuesday in motel released

Screen Shot 2013-01-25 at 12.04.39 PM(Riverton, Wyo.) – The Fremont County Coroner’s office Friday released details following completion of autopsy results of a 30-year-old man found dead in his home on January 5th at the Cozy Mobile Home Park. According to a Verdict and Case Docket in the case of Jason A. Gillenwater, cause of death was Massive Acute Bilateral Pneumonitis, or pneumonia.

The death has been ruled natural, according to Deputy County Coroner Mark Stratmoen.

The Coroner’s office also released the identity of a man found dead in his room at the Jack Pine Motel on Tuesday. Stratmoen said the man was 66-year-old Mark Walter Quigley of Riverton. The man had been living at the motel.  Preliminary results of an autopsy conducted Thursday indicate the man’s death was not suspicious, but most likely natural. Toxicology tests will take about 4 to 6 weeks to be reported and at that time a final cause of death will be reported.