Stone Foltz Wiki – Stone Foltz Bio
Stone Foltz was a 2019 graduate of Buckeye Valley High School in the Buckeye Valley Local School District, which covers much of northern and western Delaware County.
Foltz, whose family lives in Concord Township, was described as a student-athlete and a “beloved member” of the community by Superintendent Andrew Miller in a statement Sunday night.
He was 20 years old.
Stone Foltz Death
Foltz was at an off-campus event Thursday night organized by the BGSU chapter of the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity. Foltz was an “unreported new member” of the fraternity — more commonly known as a pledge — according to a statement from the fraternity’s international organization.
— Amy Steigerwald (@AmySteigerwald) March 8, 2021
At the fraternity event, Foltz was given “a copious amount of alcohol,” according to Foltz family attorney Sean Alto.
Members of the fraternity later dropped Foltz off at his Bowling Green apartment. Early Friday, Foltz’s roommates called 911, reporting that he was in “dire” condition, Alto said.
Foltz was transported to a hospital where he was placed on life support. He later died, and his family donated his organs, Alto said.
Stone Foltz died after an alleged hazing incident involving alcohol, according to his family’s attorney.
Despite their “unbearable grief,” Foltz’s family, has agreed to donate his organs so that others may have a second chance at life.
Journalist Tara Morgan reported on Twitter that a lawyer for Stone Foltz’s family says Stone is undergoing an organ donation after a hazing incident
On the morning of March 7, 2021, she wrote: “Foltz’s family attorney says that Stone is still with us this morning and that the organ donation process continues.”
After graduation from Buckeye Valley, Foltz attended Bowling Green, where he was a sophomore business student, according to a statement from the university.