Mason Fisher Death
Mason Fisher Obituary, Death Cause: Former student of Ohio University and a three-time participant in the Pelotonia has passed away.
Mason Fisher’s cause of death has not been released. However, it was revealed that the athlete passed away as a result of a health issue.
Pelotonia President Doug Ulman said in a statement.
“His giving spirit and dedication to helping others were evident to all and this loss affects the entire Pelotonia community,” Ulman said in a the news release.
Mason Fisher Cause of Death
Pelotonia is an annual bicycling event to raise money for cancer research. Riders who participate ride on routes ranging anywhere from 20 to 200 miles. The nonprofit group donates 100% of funds raised to the Ohio State University’s Comprehensive Cancer Center to find a cure for the disease.
Fisher was a member of Team Buckeye – Spin Doctors Peloton. Fisher was riding in the 102-mile course, according to his fundraising page. He was also a student in the Ohio State University College of Medicine, according to his Facebook profile.
According to his Pelotonia fundraising page, 2022 was his first year since 2014 riding in the Pelotonia. He was riding this year in memory of a friend he lost in 2021 to colorectal cancer.
Who was Mason Fisher?
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Mason Fisher Obituary
Mason Fisher, an obituary, has been released for him. His family and friends are in our prayers during this difficult time. Still, unfortunately, we have not yet received any updates about funeral arrangements for the dead person.
Mason Fisher Funeral Service
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