Summary: telephone lineman for the family-owned glass-repair shop Mountain Lion Glass in Arlington, Washington who had been reportedly hospitalized in extremely critical condition from blunt-force injuries to his head and torso suffered in a March 2014 mudslide after he was rescued and transported to a Seattle hospital within a couple of hours of the landslide that had killed up to 28 people including his mother Julie Farnes while approximately 20 others remained missing or unaccounted for as a result of the landslide when a massive mudflow that occurred on a rain-saturated hillside along the north fork of the Stillaguamish River had sent a square-mile rush of wet earth and rock into the outskirts of a rural Snohomish County unincorporated neighborhood in Washington state's North Cascade Mountains earlier this week, in which it became the deadliest single landslide event in United States history excluding landslides caused by volcanic eruptions, earthquakes or dam collapses.
Cause of Death: Injuries sustained in a mudslide
Born: June 5, 1990
Died: March 22, 2014
Location: Seattle, Washington