Who was Fuller Goldsmith? what was Fuller Goldsmith’s cause of death? These days people are dying at a young age which forces us to think about that what kind of lifestyle we are living. Not only this, but these deaths also give us the lesson that we should live life fullest as we never know what can happen next. With a sad and broken heart, we are sharing the demised news of a young chef and after hearing this death news the cooking world is grieving the death of Fuller Goldsmith. Fuller was the winner of Food Network’s “Chopped Junior” and “Top Chef Junior” days prior to his 18th birthday. Follow More Updates On GetIndiaNews.com
Fuller Goldsmith’s cause of death?
According to the reports, The native of Alabama has passed away after struggling with cancer at the young age of 17. His death news is officially confirmed by the production company Magical Elves on Wednesday, 6th October 2021. The firm wrote on their official Instagram handle “We are completely shattered after learning about the loss of our “Top Chef Junior” alum, Fuller Goldsmith.”
The company further added “Fuller was an incredible chef and the strongest and toughest kid we have ever met. From the minute he was introduced to us, we knew he would make an impression on everyone around him and be a positive force in the cooking world. To his family, we give all our thoughts, love, and care as they grieve the loss of someone truly and really special.”
Who was Fuller Goldsmith?
The host of “Top Chef Junior”, Vanessa Lachey commented on the production firm’s post, writing, “We all Loved Fuller very much! And will never forget and always immortal in our memories and his contagious smile, butter tricks, and laugh. Sending soo much love and deep thoughts to his family. We will never forget you over young chef!”
Alabama’s Southern Ale House restaurant, “Tuscaloosa” where Fuller worked as an assistant to the chef, confirmed his death news. The post stated that “Our collective hearts are completely broken. The SAH family lost our much respected and loved Fuller Goldsmith today. Fuller battled the good fight all his life. From a very young age 4 till the last few days of 17 years, Goldsmith battled with a daring fight against cancer.
He lived to create mouth-watering dishes and attained the title from the little brother to big brother Brett Garner our Executive Chef. Fuller spent his lot of time in the kitchen of SAH helping preparation, serving, and creating recipes.”
At the small age of 14, Fuller appeared on “Chopped Junior”. He won the competition and then ultimately donated his cash prize of approximately $10,000 to the Division of Hematology and Pediatric Oncology at Birmingham Children’s Hospital.