Jeff Grosso cause of death – dead: Skateboarder Jeff Grosso died suddenly at his home on March 31, 2020. He was only 51 years old.
There are unconfirmed reports Grosso died of a heart attack.
The passing of the beloved legendary skateboarder, king of ‘vert, and host of Vans’ Love Letters To Skateboarding has thrown his family and loved ones into shock.
Jeff Grosso death – dead, obituary, funeral arrangements:
Just a day before Grosso death, Grosso shared a video of himself dancing with his son on social media.
At this time, details about Jeff Grosso cause of death are not public. This is a developing story. We will update this story as we learn more.
Jeffrey Blaine Grosso death was confirmed in a touching tribute by Michael Burnett of Thrasher magazine that read:
Today we have the terrible task of saying a heartbreaking goodbye to beloved verticalist, commentator and friend of the mag, Jeff Grosso.
Jeff went from number-one amateur to 80s superstar to [the] cautionary tale and back again.
His latest role as [a] lovable curmudgeon, host of his own history-packed web series and keeper of skateboarding’s righteousness, unafraid to offend or annoy in his quest to educate, was by far his greatest – second only to being Oliver’s dad.”
“Jeff could be as gentle and sincere as he could be hilarious and hard, (on the coping and himself.)
“He ALWAYS skated with style. His grinds were long, his backside airs were head high and his handplants were stalled out and sadder than a funeral. He will be sorely, sorely missed. Our hearts go out to his family and many friends.”
Another touching tribute from Tony Hawk reads:
“Jeff was a true skateboarder at his core, and a great wealth of entertainment, insight and valuable philosophy to a younger generation. I was lucky enough to skate with him over the last four decades and occasionally featured on his Vans “Love Letters” series.”
“Jeff had a genuine love of skateboarding and a renegade attitude.
“One of the last times we spoke, we talked about how ridiculous it is that we still get to do this for a living and that anyone even cares what we do or think in terms of skateboarding at our age.
I believe Jeff is a big reason that anyone truly cares, and skateboarding was lucky to have him as an ambassador and gatekeeper to its history. He was also a great father, which is obvious in his last social media post. Thank you Jeff, words cannot describe how much we will miss you.”
Please say a prayer for his grieving family and loved ones. May his soul rest in perfect peace.