Ethan Joner Obituary, Death – Ethan Anderson, a junior at the University of Delaware and a member of the university’s swim team, passed away on January 2nd at the age of 20. He was a member of the university’s swim team. There is yet no known explanation for the death. Anderson was from the town of Hopewell in New Jersey, and when he was attending Hopewell Valley Central High School, he participated in two relays that established new records.
In the 100-yard butterfly, 200-yard freestyle, and 500-yard freestyle events, he earned a spot in the state championship competition. For the University of Delaware, Anderson focused mostly on swimming the distance freestyle event. At the championships of the Colonial Athletic Conference that were held a year ago, he competed in the 500-meter freestyle event and finished in sixth place with a time of 4:32.40. Additionally, he finished in the B-finals in the 400-meter individual medley (4:06.95). In the year 2019, he competed as a freshman and finished 10th in the 1650 freestyle event (16:08.22).
In Ethan’s obituary, his family expressed their gratitude for the amazing son, brother, nephew, and friend he was by writing, “We are incredibly blessed to have had Ethan’s beautiful soul grace our lives.” Ethan influenced and altered the lives of a great number of people. He instilled a sense of daring and merriment in all of us, brought us happiness on a daily basis, and was perpetually engaged in some novel activity for either his friends or his family.
Ethan lived his life to the very fullest and made very few concessions, despite the fact that it was cut much too soon. Ethan exemplified qualities such as tenacity, stamina, and endurance, and he never once stopped moving. Ethan possesses a heart that is generous, empathetic, inquisitive, humorous, and intellectual.