Brother of U-M medical student: 'His life came to an end in his prime'
As Paul DeWolf's family works to understand his death, his brother tells AnnArbor.com they are remembering a life ended too soon.
Joshua DeWolf said his family is asking for prayers Friday night. He said the family is struggling to understand his death.
"As we struggle to understand what happened we know that Paul is now in Heaven with his Savior," Joshua DeWolf wrote in an email. "He has completed his final race and is now claiming his prize. He now is able to run and fly with the angels."
To this point, police have not released any suspect information. The apartment where Paul DeWolf died was in order and nothing appeared to be out of place or stolen, according to Ann Arbor police investigators.
Paul DeWolf was entering his fourth year as a medical student at the University of Michgan and was a second lieutenant in the United States Air Force.
Joshua DeWolf said his brother was excited about beginning a military career after graduation in May 2014.
"His life came to an end in his prime," Joshua DeWolf said.
On behalf of his family, Joshua DeWolf thanked friends, family and strangers for their well wishes following his brother's death.
He said the family is taking comfort in knowing Paul DeWolf lived a full life, even before his untimely death.
"Paul was a remarkable human being," he said. "He was a brother, a son, a man of faith, and a good friend to everyone who had the pleasure of meeting him."
Funeral arrangements for Paul DeWolf are still being made.
Anyone with information on his death is encouraged to call the Ann Arbor police anonymous tip line at 734-794-6939 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-SPEAK UP (773-2587)