Terrance Lavergne

Terrance Lavergne

Man presumed drowned near Hood Canal Bridge identified

PORT LUDLOW — A man who was presumed drowned in the waters near the Hood Canal Bridge on Sunday has been identified as Terrance Lavergne.

Lavergne lived in the Coyle area, said Detective Joe Nole on Tuesday.

Lavergne worked for a local shellfish company, the Sheriff’s Office said.

He was reported missing at 8:30 p.m. Sunday after his rowboat capsized in rough water off 4200 Thorndyke Road.

A single boot and a headlamp that belonged to the victim have been recovered, the Sheriff’s Office said.

Searches Sunday and Monday were unsuccessful in finding the man, the Sheriff’s Office said.

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