FRISCO, Colo. (CBS4) – The remains of a Summit County man who disappeared last year have been found.

Jack Fitzgerald McAtee was last seen in Frisco in September 2014. The 27-year-old disappeared after being released from a hospital following a mental evaluation after he drove his vehicle into Dillon Reservoir.

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McAtee’s family said he was bipolar.

Last month human remains were found on Peak One, south of Frisco. DNA testing confirmed they belonged to McAtee.

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His family thanked everyone who helped search for McAtee on findjackmcatee.com.

Additional Information From The McAtee Family

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In lieu of flowers, we are asking anyone so inclined to make a donation to Living Water International  a 501 (c3) organization which was near and dear to Jack’s heart. We would like to build a well or multiple wells in Kenya, in Jack’s name to give the gift of water, where we can go and be reminded of the incredible grace and love that God has for us.  Please direct all contributions to: http://www.water.cc/jack-mcatees-well-of-love.