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Family confirms body found as Paul Monkeyan

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - After the Guam Fire Department pulled the lifeless body of one of two missing fishermen from the waters in Talofofo on Friday morning, family members of Paul Monkeyan confirmed that the body is that of the Kosraen man.  Monkeyan's body was discovered around 10:45 this morning about 100 meters from shore, discovered about 65 feet inside a channel. 

Family members of Monkeyan and Henry Lowary had kept vigil in Ipan for their missing loved ones, who had gone out spearfishing late Wednesday night with a friend, but only the other man returned to the shore safely.  The other two were swept out to sea from strong currents.

Meanwhile search-&- recovery efforts continue for Lowary.

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