Award Support tribute subtleties were shared by his loved ones.
Award Frederick Support, a 20-year-old from Tennessee, died startlingly on August 31, 2020, while learning at The College of the Cumberlands in Williamsburg, Kentucky.
Kentucky college has vowed to give 14 million bucks to the group of a grappler who died of intensity stroke in the wake of asking for water during preparing.
Award was a capable competitor who moved on from Alcoa Secondary School in 2018, where he succeeded in football and wrestling.
He brought home three state titles in football and had a secondary school wrestling record of 128 successes and 33 misfortunes, procuring him three Tennessee State placings.
After graduation, Award was offered a grant to go to the college of the Cumberlands, where he kept on chasing after his enthusiasm for wrestling.
After college wrestler Grant Brace died from heat stroke, his family says his coach denied him water. @emnewsDC has more on what his family wants others to know. https://t.co/M0BsKR94KW pic.twitter.com/VJMzRHBm19
— Good Morning America (@GMA) March 19, 2023
He had three falls during his time there, remembering one for the 2018 Loyalist Open, and dominated his last coordinate with a 13-5 significant ruling against Keiser College.
Award was likewise known for his affection for God and his family, and he generally loaned some assistance to those out of luck.
He appreciated outside exercises like snowboarding, stream skiing, and investing energy with his canine, Titan.
He was an individual from Sevier Levels Baptist Church. His grandparents, Terrell, Betty Support, and Mary Lou Cultivate, went before Award in death. He is made due by his folks, Kyle and Jackie Support; his siblings by marriage, Kaylee and Sam Wagnon, his granddad, Bobby Cultivate, a few aunties, uncles, and cousins, and his dearest canine, Titan.
Appearance was hung on Saturday, September 5, 2020, from 2:00-4:00 pm EST at Sevier Levels Baptist Church in Knoxville, TN.
A Festival of Life administration was followed at 4 pm EST, directed by Minister Doug Adams and Minister Andy Langston.
Harrowing video shows a college wrestler appearing to search for water just moments before he collapsed and died. Grant Brace’s parents have settled with the school for $14 million after alleging two coaches denied him water during a “punishment practice.” @EmNewsDC has details. pic.twitter.com/amWS477jsE
— World News Tonight (@ABCWorldNews) March 20, 2023
Award was let go on Sunday, September 6, 2020, at 1 pm CST at Mt. Juliet Commemoration Nurseries in Mt. Juliet, TN.
Pallbearers included Sam Wagnon, Kerry Support, Dalton Steele, Johnny Steele, Swim Johnson, and Brian Gossett, with Chris Fry and Chris Stamberger filling in as privileged pallbearers.
Loved ones were welcome to assemble a short time later at Group Confidence Dashing Service in Mt. Juliet, TN.
Memorial service game plans were dealt with by Berry Memorial service Home, 3704 Chapman Thruway, Knoxville, Tennessee 37920.