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    RIP Andrew Koenig



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    RIP Andrew Koenig

    Post  Dona on Fri 26 Feb 2010, 12:25 am

    Not sure of the story but he was found where his parents/friends thought he was at the Vancouver Park. Police were slow to help but will try to find out more. Not sure why it took so long to check the Park.

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    Re: RIP Andrew Koenig

    Post  Lar on Fri 26 Feb 2010, 5:20 am

    Hi Dona, I had heard he was missing in Vancouver and hadn't heard any more, until your post so looked him up

    story >>>>>

    L.A. actor's body found in Vancouver
    Last Updated: Thursday, February 25, 2010 | 7:35 PM PT

    The parents of actor Andrew Koenig, who had a role 1980s sitcom Growing Pains, say his body was found Thursday in the day in Vancouver's Stanley Park.

    Walter Koenig, the father of the 41-year-old Los Angeles native, said he received a call from a group of Andrew's friends who were checking out locations in the park that they knew Andrew liked and that they had found his body.

    "I went to the site," a distraught Koenig told reporters near the site where the body was found. "My son took his own life.

    "I want to say … what a great guy he was, a good human being. He was obviously in a lot of pain."

    Vancouver police earlier issued a statement saying the discovery had been made about noon.
    Disappeared Feb. 14

    The younger Koenig disappeared on Feb. 14 and is best known for his recurring role as Richard (Boner) Stabone in the popular television show.

    He had suffered from depression and was reported to have stopped taking medication for the condition last year. He had flown to Montreal and Toronto before visiting friends in Vancouver and was booked to fly back to Los Angeles on Feb. 16. He did not show up for the flight.

    The elder Koenig and his wife Judy flew to Vancouver from California this week to help search for their son.

    On Wednesday, Walter Koenig told a news conference at the Vancouver Police Department that his son loved Vancouver and enjoyed visiting friends in the city.

    Koenig, himself an actor who played the role of Russian crew member Pavel Chekov on the original Star Trek TV series, implored the public to look out for his son, mentioning Stanley Park as one of Andrew's favourite places.

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