Grant Solomon Tennessee Accident | Grant Solomon Death Franklin TN – 18-years-old Grant Solomon has passed away. He died on July 20, 2020.
Grant was involved in a fatal car accident which eventually took his life. The Grace Christian Academy community are devastated and saddened hearing his sudden dismissal.
Please be praying for the Solomon family and our GCA family as we mourn the loss of a beloved student and friend, and rising senior Grant Solomon,” the school said.
— GCA Lions (@GCALions) July 20, 2020
“Today we’re heartbroken as we deal with the shock of the passing of our teammate and our most fierce competitor,” the team shared. “His last words to us yesterday were, ‘keep winning!’
“We will Grant! Not just in baseball but in life in your honor! We love you #30!”
The area baseball community continues to show support for the family.
“When we started these Rawlings teams our goal was to be like a family,” said Andy Gilley, the director for Parks and Recreation for the City of Hendersonville and a Rawlings baseball coach.
“Didn’t matter what age, what team, a family mentality. Today we lost a family member. Our prayers are with the Solomon family and with these teammates that have lost their brother.”
Various members of the WillCo community shared remembrances of Solomon.
“Lost a teammate, friend, and brother today,” said GCA athlete Michael Luker. “Words will never describe the pain. Please pray for the Solomon family.”
“Grant Solomon. A competitor, A great friend, but most importantly, a follower of Christ,” said Christ Presbyterian Academy baseball player James Dickson in a Twitter post. “I will miss you brother.”
“Love you Grant [heart emoji], and it was a honor being your friend and teammate,” Brentwood dual-sport athlete Cade Granzow, a teammate of his from Rawling, said in a Tweet. “A great player but an even better person. Rest easy bro. [heart emoji]”
Love you Grant❤️, and it was a honor being your friend and teammate. A great player but an even better person. Rest easy bro🤍 https://t.co/ClQphC7qH8
— Cade N. Granzow (@CadeGranzow) July 20, 2020