Garrett Gouldsmith Death – Previous WASHINGTON STATE football All-American linebacker Dan Grayson, and baseball infielder Garrett Gouldsmith, died in independent episodes on Sunday. Grayson kicked the bucket early Sunday morning subsequent to visiting a Quality Inn in Kennewick, the Tri-City Herald revealed.
Kennewick Police told the paper Grayson was discovered harmed inside a lodging after specialists on call addressed a 2:20 a.m. call with respect to the occurrence. Paramedics did mouth to mouth, however couldn’t save Grayson’s life. The Kennewick local was 54-years of age. Different observers have been met and Kennewick Police got video from the inn. The Snohomish County Medical Examiner’s Office will play out an examination Thursday to decide the reason for death.
Grayson, who once piled up 25 handles in a game versus Arizona, was named an All-Pac-10 first group and All-American linebacker his senior season in 1989. His 133 handles that mission actually positions No. 10 on the unequaled WSU single-season list. In 1990, Grayson was chosen in the seventh round of the NFL Draft by the Pittsburgh Steelers.
The Times’ article from 2013 point by point Grayson’s relationship with his alienated sibling, whose child Garrett Grayson was the Colorado State quarterback going to go head to head against WSU in the 2013 New Mexico Bowl. Dan Grayson in the article said he was intending to go to watch his nephew and furthermore to “reconnect” with his sibling following 20 years of little correspondence. The article said Grayson lived in Kennewick and had three children, and worked for the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.