A McHenry man died in the hospital last week after he went missing and was located in Chicago last month, according to the medical examiner.
Anthony Hagestedt, 32, of McHenry, was reported missing to the police, his family said on August 23.
Hagestedt had not been heard from for two days and was last known to be in Chicago.
The Cook County Medical Examiner’s Office said that Hagestedt was found in the 3900 block of West Maypole Avenue in Chicago.
He was transported to Humbolt Park Health hospital in Chicago and admitted to the intensive care unit.
The medical examiner’s office said Hagestedt died in the early afternoon on August 29 at Humbolt Park Health.
The medical examiner’s office has not ruled a cause or manner of death yet.
According to his obituary, Hagestedt graduated from Northern Illinois University in 2013 and worked as an insurance agent for Liberty Mutual before joining State Farm.
“He was adventurous, always the first and most enthusiastic member of the family to try any thrilling activity. Fearless, independent, and steadfast in achieving his goals even through hardship – Tony knew how to get things done. He was a talented dancer, fisherman, and amateur barber for his friends on occasion,” his obituary read.
“He loved meeting new people and could make his friends and family laugh in any situation. He was loved by all and had an extremely generous, compassionate, and kind heart.”
A visitation followed by a memorial service is scheduled for October 7 at Justen Funeral Home in McHenry.