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The inquest into the death of Adrian Lynch has found that the cause is unascertainable.
The 20-year-old went missing in December 2015 and was found in Handois Reservoir in August this year.
This afternoon the inquest was closed and Adrian's father says the family can now 'move forward and end the ordeal'.
The inquest into the death of Adrian Lynch is due to be formally closed later.
A final hearing is scheduled to take place this morning.
Adrian disappeared after a Christmas party last December and hundreds of islanders joined search efforts to help find the 20-year-old.
His body was found in Handois reservoir in August, eight months since he was last seen.
The cause of his death is still unknown, although is not thought to be suspicious.
Family members are among those expected to attend this morning's hearing.
"You are my best friend and no matter where you are, you will walk right by my side."
These were the words of the sister of Jerseyman Adrian Lynch today at a memorial service for the 20 year old.
Over 100 people gathered at 2:30pm today at the St Helier Methodist Centre to pay their respects.
Reverend Billy Slatter says today was a chance for people to come together and to say, as an island, we cared about Adrian.
The inquest into the death of Adrian Lynch, whose body was found earlier this month, will open today.
The hearing today is to allow the body to be released to his family.
Adrian's was found floating in the water at Handois Reservoir nearly two weeks ago.
The 20-year-old went missing in December after attending a work Christmas party.
His disappearance sparked the largest ever missing person search in Jersey.
A memorial service will take place for Adrian on Friday at 2:30pm at St Helier Methodist Centre.
Anyone who want to donate money is being asked to send it to Jersey Search and Rescue and Channel Island Air Search.
A memorial service will be held for Jersey man Adrian Lynch, after his body was found in Handois Reservoir nearly two weeks ago.
The Reverend Billy Slatter will lead the service at St Helier Methodist Centre at 2:30pm on Friday.
Relatives and friends are being invited to celebrate the 20-year-old's life.
Adrian went missing in December, sparking the largest ever missing person search in Jersey.
His family are asking that anyone wanting to donate money send it to Jersey Search and Rescue or Channel Island Air Search.
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The father of Adrian Lynch has said his family can finally move forward, after the inquest into his death was closed.
The service began at 2:30pm this afternoon at the Methodist Centre in town.