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An artist’s depiction of a deceased man recovered off of Camano Island.

Island County authorities are asking for the public’s help in identifying an unknown deceased male.

The body in question was retrieved from the waters off of Madrona Beach on Camano Island in late October.

Fingerprints and DNA have been submitted, but have yet to hit a match.

The deceased is an adult male, 5-foot-8 inches in height, 151 pounds, with dark hair and a beard.

There was graying in the beard, and he had no scars, marks, or tattoos.

It appears the man had been in the water for an extended period of time, and no clothes were found with the body.

The Island County Coroner’s Office has confirmed the person is not Sean Pickering or Walter Mead, who both went missing from Jefferson County.

If you have any information, you can contact Dr. Robert Bishop with the Island County Coroner’s Office at (360) 679-7358, or Detective Robert Mirabal with the Island County Sheriff’s Office.

Mirabal can be reached at (360) 679-9567, or by email at tips@islandcountywa.gov.

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Jason Knoll fires up his trombone. (Robert Bishop photo)

The photos keep droppin’ and poppin’.

During the slowdown created by the COVID-19 pandemic, I’ve taken some time to wander back through some of the 20 billion pics which have graced Coupeville Sports.

Today we stroll into 2014, the third year of the blog, and come away with what you see here – the snaps which I think best capture the feel of that year.

Sylvia Hurlburt (left) and Makana Stone, just hangin’ out. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Sarah Wright gets an Orange Crush for hammering a homer over the fence. (Joe Lippo photo)

Chris Battaglia (74), about to straight-up murder a kid. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Anthony Bergeron eyeballs mom Avis Mitchell on Senior Night. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Colin Belliveau (with sign) and Mitchell Losey get rowdy. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Lauren Rose, 0.7 seconds from stealing the ball. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Coupeville seniors (and coach Tony Maggio) bring The Bucket home. (Shawn Walstad photo)

CHS tennis coach Ken Stange strikes a pose with Wolf netters (l to r) Allie Hanigan, Sydney Aparicio, and Micky LeVine. (Photo courtesy Stange)

Cameron Boyd (center) smiles through the pain of a broken tooth, while teammates Jared Dickson (left) and Brett Arnold join him in celebrating a rivalry win over South Whidbey. (Sylvia Arnold photo)

Tiffany Briscoe, a rebounding machine. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Win or lose, mom is always there for you. (Pat Kelley photo)

Ben Olson wants the ball, thanks. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Future Wolf Ty Eck drops the boom. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Madeline Strasburg is jumped by teammates after belting a home run to straight-away center. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Soccer stars Micky LeVine (left) and Julia Myers enjoy a post-game shake with their biggest fan, Izzy LeVine. (Joline LeVine photo)

Current CHS freshman Gwen Gustafson leads the cheers back when she was a Wolf Buddy. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Jae LeVine (in red) gets a big hug from Lauren Grove after a dynamic play on the volleyball court. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

Hunter Downes gets a cup check. (Photo by JohnsPhotos.net)

After pitching three games in one day, Wolf softball sensation McKayla Bailey (center) gets sweet lovin’ from lil’ sis McKenzie and mom Donna. (Robert Bishop photo)

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Aimee Bishop has never frowned in her entire life. True story.

Aimee Bishop has never frowned in her entire life. True story.

She is the smile that powers Coupeville.

Everywhere she goes, in everything she does, Aimee Bishop spreads joy. That’s her job, her mission, her business — and business is good.

A former Wolf athletic star herself back in the day, she has gone on to bless Cow Town with a daughter (Breeanna Messner) who was as smart, talented and caring as any athlete to ever wear the red and black.

If there is an event, Aimee is there, phone bouncing from hand to hand as she keeps the lights on, makes sure the PA system doesn’t flame out and each and every fellow fan gets a smile, a nod, a hug, a brief bit of the “Bishop Glow.”

Today is her birthday but really, we should celebrate her every day. Coupeville would be 44.7% less fun if she had not returned to The Rock.

Now, at this point, she is likely rolling her eyes and saying “Oh, you guys!!”

It’s not gonna work, however.

She may try and be modest and say she’s not doing anything special, that she’s just one of many behind-the-scenes worker bees and proud mamas.

But, deep down she knows the truth, even if she won’t publicly admit it.

Aimee Bishop is a freakin’ American hero. End of story.

Embrace your awesomeness, Aimee. The rest of us have already accepted it as a stone cold fact.

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Basketball manager Jae LeVine moonlights as a drummer with the CHS band. (Robert Bishop photos)

   Basketball manager Jae LeVine moonlights as a drummer with the CHS band. (Robert Bishop photos)

Wolf cheerleaders do a little pre-game stretching.

Wolf cheerleaders do a little pre-game stretching.

ref

   One of the better refs to visit town — Washington State trooper (and former University of Oregon All-American volleyball player) Susan Harbour.

Jason "I'm Batman!!" Knoll always has his eye on the camera, even while wailing.

Jason “I’m Batman!!” Knoll always has his eye on the camera, even while wailing.

The brain-trist

   Wolf coaches (l to r) Amy King, David King and Brittany Black take a moment, before the action heats up.

Marty and June Mazdra

Scorekeepers extraordinaire Marty and June Mazdra

When he’s not busy working as the Island County Coroner, Robert Bishop lives a second life.

In that time, he’s a camera-clickin’ paparazzi who can be often found haunting the games his daughter, Coupeville High School senior Breeanna Messner, plays in.

Tuesday night she and her Wolf girls’ basketball teammates tipped off with visiting Cedarcrest, and Bishop was on the scene to capture the moments, big and small, that go into a night of high school hoops.

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