Aaron Grissom Death – Aaron Grissom, a Tacoma local who showed up on Diners Drive-Ins and Dives and the 2014 period of Top Chef, has passed on. He was 34.

His demise was controlled a mishap, having endured “gruff power wounds,” as indicated by the Pierce County clinical inspector.

Yu Nanakornphanom, who possesses Indo Street Asian Eatery in Tacoma’s Stadium District and worked with Grissom on his neighboring ramen bar Moshi, revealed to The News Tribune Thursday that he had passed on in a cruiser mishap close to Chambers Bay.

Grissom was a University Place inhabitant, per his passing record.

Nanakornphanom said Grissom had been living in Mexico during the pandemic. He left Moshi the previous summer as the café entered its moderate season and Grissom, who opened Dirty Oscar’s Annex on Sixth Avenue, looked for different chances.

It is with incredible pity in our souls that we educate the open that Aaron Grissom has died. The reason for death was not uncovered to the general population. The report about his passing was posted on Facebook by Andre Buttelo on the ninth of September 2020.

Andre Buttelo said in the post; “Thank you Aaron Grissom for all the benevolence and tolerance you indicated me, you showed me much and you generally dealt with me like an equivalent and urged me to test myself in the kitchen, you were not only a collaborator you were my companion, we had some great snickers you will be painfully missed RIP … Damn you Aaron why you gotta attempt to be superman constantly.” Our considerations and supplications are with the group of the perished.

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