LONDON, ENG. (THECOUNT) — Ella-Louise Tunney has been identified as the young executive found dead in her parent’s backyard hot tub after being missing for three days.
Tunney, 26, drowned in a hot tub at the family home after suffering an apparent epileptic fit. Her body was discovered three days later.
According to WEAWW, a search for Tunney was launched on June 23 last year after she couldn’t be located at her parents’ home in Eton Wick, near Windsor in Berkshire.
After search crews combed nearby fields and her place of work and found nothing, officials then focused on her parent’s home.
Tunney was later discovered drowned in the inflatable hot tub after lifting its cover, which was said to have shut down due high winds.
Tunney was employed as the head of settlements at the financial services firm Alpha FX.
The inquest heard that Tunney had been diagnosed with epilepsy as a teenager but had managed to keep it under control by taking medication.
A postmortem examination ruled the death as accidental and cause of death as drowning after having an epileptic fit.
Via Alpha FX website:
“We are Alpha FX, a foreign exchange specialist working internationally for businesses and institutions impacted by currency volatility.
Listed on the London Stock Exchange, we combine leading expertise with pioneering technology to help clients achieve better outcomes when managing their currency exposures, whilst driving greater efficiencies.
Despite our consultative approach, we charge no upfront costs or retainer fees, instead monetising our services like a traditional foreign exchange broker. By doing so, we’ve been able to take the currency management practices employed by some of the world’s largest businesses and make them accessible to all companies affected by currency volatility.”
Geo quick facts: Eton Wick is a village currently in the English ceremonial county of Berkshire, but traditionally in Buckinghamshire, on the River Thames. According to the Grid Ref at the 2011 Census the population was included in the civil parish of Eton – Wikipedia.