Authorities in Oklahoma have recognized a lady in a deadly parachuting mishap as 26-year-old Sheralynn Neff of North Newton, Kansas.
Neff's body was discovered Monday morning in Lincoln County.
News 9 in Oklahoma City reports she was taking an interest in a system and had bounced six times close Cushing, Oklahoma on Sunday. After her last hop Sunday, her parachute was found in a tree, yet she was not with it.
Neff was surely understood amid the two years she spent at Hesston College. She graduated with distinction in 2011.
Ken Rodgers, her previous music professer, says she was a capable and giving individual.
"I felt such significant bitterness and what a misfortune," said Rodgers.
That is the means by which he portrays finding out about Neff's passing.
"I know at Hesston College those of us that knew her are just significantly dismal," he proceeded.
The 26-year-old North Newton local went to Hesston College from 2009 to 2011.
It has been five years since Rodgers taught Neff, however he hasn't overlooked what sort of individual she was.
"Sheralynn was one of the kindest persons 'd ever plan to meet. She simply had such profound sympathy for others, she was inconceivably brilliant," said Rodgers.
He says she was additionally enthusiastic in regards to music and confidence.
"She was such a giving individual," Rodgers recalls. "We can be appreciative for the numerous individuals she did reach and touched."
Neff moved on from Newton secondary school and went to First Mennonite Church in Newton.
The congregation says it is not remarking as of now.