Saturday, June 17, 2017

Col. Kirk R. Slaughter Killed in Boating Accident in Honolulu

Army Reserve colonel identified as victim in Hawaii fishing boat accident
STARS AND STRIPES
By WYATT OLSON
Published: June 16, 2017

FORT SHAFTER, Hawaii — The Army has identified Col. Kirk R. Slaughter, 49, as the soldier who died in a fishing boat accident in Hawaii Thursday morning.

Kirk Slaughter was a man loved and adored by all who knew him, according to a gofundme page. Slaughter passed unexpectedly in a tragic boating accident on June 15, 2017, off the coast of Hawaii. GOFUNDME

The Honolulu Police Department, which is investigating the incident, has released few details about the death, which happened in Waianae Small Boat Harbor in northwest Oahu. Slaughter was pronounced dead at the scene by the medical examiner, the Army said.

“This appears to be a boating accident with no indications of foul play,” the police said in a statement.

Slaughter was the deputy commanding officer of operations at the 9th Mission Support Command and was based at Fort Shafter, Hawaii. He was originally from Lyons, Neb.
read more here