Who is Stone Foltz? Wiki, Biography, Age, Death Cause, Ohio college student


Stone Foltz Wiki – Stone Foltz Biography

Stone Foltz Bio, Wiki, and Biography, According to his family’s attorney, he was an Ohio college student who was seriously injured in a hazing incident at a college fraternity involving alcohol. Foltz’s organs are now being donated. He was a sophomore at Bowling Green State University (BGSU) college in Ohio. He was a business major.


Stone Foltz was 20 years old.

incident, Death

Members of the fraternity dropped off Foltz at his apartment after the event late Thursday. He was then discovered by his roommates, who called 911 and got him rushed to a hospital, where he was initially listed in “dire” condition, Alto said.

He was rushed to the hospital early Friday following an off-campus event organized by the school’s Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity. He was given a “copious amount of alcohol,” attorney Sean Alto told the Columbus Dispatch.

The international Pi Kappa Alpha fraternal organization identified Foltz as an “unreported new member” a pledge and said it was “horrified and outraged” by his death.

“The fraternity has a zero-tolerance policy toward illegal activity, substance abuse, bullying, and hazing of any kind,” the group said in a statement to WTVG.

The fraternity chapter has been suspended following Foltz’s death, and Pi Kappa Alpha leadership will pursue expelling all members from his international organization, the group said.

No arrests or charges have been filed to the death of his death.

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Stone Foltz Family

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.”