GALVESTON

The Galveston County medical examiners office has identified six people whose deaths have been attributed to Hurricane Harvey.

Three of the deaths were determined to have been by drowning. The other three died of medical conditions attributed to Harvey, according to the medical examiner’s office.

The victims are:

• Patrick Hurley, 59, of League City. He drowned Aug. 27.

• Bobby Murphy, 54, of Dickinson. He drowned Aug. 27.

• Peter Pellerien, 83, of Dickinson. He drowned Aug. 27.

• Bonnie Parsutt, 69, of Santa Fe. She died of complications related to chronic obstructive pulmonary disease Aug. 26.

• Mary Avila, 80, of Texas City. She died of complications related to cardiovascular disease Aug. 29.

• Clevelon Brown, 64, of Dickinson. He died Sept. 3 after contracting sepsis.

Two other people from Friendswood had previously been identified by Harris County officials as Harvey victims.

• Ruben Jordan, 58, was found in water in the 3000 block of West Bay Area Boulevard on Aug. 31. Jordan was a longtime track coach at Clear Creek High School. He had retired last year.

• Ronald Zaring, a resident of the Friendswood Health Care Center, died Aug. 29 as he was being transported to a medical facility in Huntsville.

Friendswood’s municipal boundaries are in both Galveston and Harris counties.

At least 60 deaths are attributed to Harvey in the state. At least 30 of them are from Harris County, which saw some of the worst flooding from the storm.

John Wayne Ferguson: 409-683-5226; john.ferguson@galvnews.com or on Twitter @johnwferguson.

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