Update, 2:45 p.m. Sept. 27: Roos Orthodontics has posted a message on its website thanking the community for its support:
The whole Roos Team is devastated by the loss of the Roos' eldest son Jackson, this week. We appreciate all the calls and emails of love and condolence that have poured in.
We will update this page with further details as and when they become available. The practice will be closed on Monday, Oct. 1 and Tuesday, Oct. 2. Jackson's funeral will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 2, details to follow.
We will also be keeping current patients updated with practice hours and information by email going forward.
Original post: A Facebook memorial page has been set up to honor Jackson Roos, the 12-year-old boy who died in a tragic zip lining accident outside his Redmond home on Wednesday.
On the page, which had more than 800 fans as of Thursday morning, Jackson is remembered as a "happy, active, loving boy" with a "tender-hearted attitude."
Jackson was the son of Julie and Bryan Roos, an orthodontist who owns Roos Orthodontics in downtown Redmond. He was in the seventh grade at Evergreen Middle School.
"Our family's thoughts, hearts, prayers, and many tears are with the entire Roos family on this tragic occasion," one contributor wrote. "Know that your son was loved, and that he touched many lives in his brief time in this world."