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Eric Namesnik

Eric Namesnik (pronounced nah-MEZ'-nik) was an American athlete and two-time Olympic silver medalist who won the silver medal for the U.S. in the 400-meter individual medley at both the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona, Spain, and the 1996 Summer Olympic games in Atlanta, Georgia.

The Olympic swimmer was the assistant coach of the University of Michigan swim team (1997-2004), and head coach of the Wolverine Aquatics Swim Club (2004-2006).

Biographical fast facts

Full or original name at birth: Eric John Namesnik

Date and place of birth: August 7, 1970, Butler, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.

Date, time, place and cause of death: January 11, 2006, at 10:11 a.m.*, St. Joseph Mercy Hospital, 5301 Mcauley Drive, Ypsilanti, Michigan, U.S.A. (Injuries sustained in an auto accident)

Wife: Kirsten Silvester (m. 1997 - January 11, 2006) (his death)

Son: Austin
Daughter: Madison

Father: John Namesnik
Mother: Katherine Namesnik

Burial site: Calvary Cemetery, Butler, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.

Error corrections or clarifications

* Eric Namesnik was pronounced brain dead at 3 p.m. on January 10, 2006, but was kept alive on life support until the 11th, so preparations could be made to donate his organs.

NOTE: Some initial obituaries misspelled his last name, as well as the name of the hospital where he died.

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