An autopsy is pending for a newlywed Wichita man who died while snorkeling in Hawaii.

Ronald Sauber, 55, was honeymooning in Hawaii, when swimmers found him face down in the water near "Black Rock" in Kaanapali in West Maui. He was not wearing a mask, and had a weak pulse. Emergency responders reportedly attempted life-saving measures, but could not revive him. He was pronounced dead at a nearby hospital. 

Family members said Sauber was snorkeling by himself. They say his wife was snorkeling with him, but got tired and took a break.

Sauber was a father of three girls and a boy. He spent more than 30 years in the aviation industry, last employed at Spirit Aerosystems as a packing engineer.

The family said this was Sauber's third marriage. He had two children with his first wife, who later died in a car accident. He had two more children with his second wife before divorce. He remarried in February.

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