Marney Schoenfeld Death, Obituary – According to Anaheim Police, who spoke to PEOPLE, investigators in Orange County, California are looking into the death of a woman who was visiting Disneyland on February 18, and it is believed that she either jumped or fell to her death from a parking structure at the resort.
The information was provided by Anaheim Police, who spoke to PEOPLE. “The investigation is ongoing, and investigators are requesting anyone who has information to contact authorities,” said Sergeant Jon McClintock, who works for the Anaheim Police Department. McClintock is a member of the Anaheim Police Department.
Officers performed cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) on the victim shortly after 6:50 p.m., when they were called to the scene of the incident in the Mickey and Friends parking lot. This was done in an effort to keep the victim alive until paramedics arrived and took her to a nearby hospital, where she was pronounced dead shortly after her arrival.
It is not quite certain whether or not she was a guest at the park during her time there. A spokesman from the Orange County Coroner’s Office identified the victim as Marney Schoenfeld, who was 46 years old. This information was confirmed to PEOPLE by the official from the Orange County Coroner’s Office.
Marney Schoenfeld lived in the city of Scottsdale in the state of Arizona. In an email communication to outlet, an Arizona real estate agent by the name of Randy Schoenfeld referred to her as a doting mother to her daughter Sydney. He mentioned this about her. He continued by saying, “She was a devoted mother to her kid.
“She was a devoted wife who always had my best interests in mind. She was regarded as an excellent hairstylist by her clients throughout her entire 23 years of practice, and they enjoyed her.” The seven-story parking structure at Disneyland, which is one of the largest in the country and has a capacity for more than 10,000 automobiles, has been the scene of multiple fatal accidents since it was finished being built in the year 2000. The structure has a capacity for more than 10,000 vehicles.