Autopsy results conclude Stratton died from a seizure

Autopsy results conclude Stratton died from a seizure »Play Video
A public memorial service will be held for WSU professor Scott Stratton.
PULLMAN, WA - Autopsy results are in for the Washington State University history instructor who was found dead in a pond last week.

According to the Whitman County Coroner, 51-year-old Scott Stratton died of a seizure. Pullman police said Stratton was reported missing on February 18th after he didn't return from walking his dog. Rescue workers found his body in a pond in Sunnyside Park early the next morning.

A public memorial service will be held at WSU's Lewis Alumni Center on Saturday, March eighth at 1:30 in the afternoon.