Marco Troper Found Dead At US University, See Marco Troper Cause of Death

Marco Troper Cause of Death:- Marco Troper was the son of Former YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki. Marco Troper was 19 years old. He studied at the University of California (UC), Berkeley. Recently the news of Marco Troper’s death is coming to light.

Marco Troper Cause of Death

According to Marco Troper’s grandmother Esther Wojcicki- 19 years old Former YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki’s son, Marco Troper has been found dead at his hostel at the University of California (UC), Berkeley.

NBC News quoted UC Berkeley spokesperson Janet Gilmore as saying – Marco Troper, who lived in the student housing complex Clark Kerr Campus, was found unconscious around 4:23 pm (Tuesday) on February 13, 2024.

Gilmore said- “the Berkeley Fire Department notified the University of California Police Department that it was “attempting life-saving measures” on Marco Troper at his hostel.”

By the time campus police arrived at the scene, Marco Trooper was dead. According to Gilmore, no foul play is suspected and the investigation into Marco Troper’s death remains ongoing.

Marco Troper’s grandmother confirmed his death and identity in her Facebook post on 14 February 2024.

While Marco Troper’s death was being investigated, his grandmother, Esther Wojcicki, told SF Gate News that Marco died from an grug overdose. She further said that the family is awaiting the results of the toxicology report.

She told SF Gate- “He ingested a drug and we don’t know what was in it. One thing we do know, it was a drug. We want to prevent this from happening to any other family.”

In her Facebook post, Esther Wojcicki wrote, “My beloved grandson Marco Troper, age 19 passed away yesterday. Our family is devastated beyond comprehension.”

She described her grandson as “the most kind, loving, smart, fun and beautiful human being”.

Esther Wojcicki said Marco Troper was “just getting started” in his second semester of freshman year at UC Berkeley, where he was majoring in math “and was truly loving it”.

She said her grandson was “thriving academically” and had a “strong community of friends”, both from his hostel and his fraternity.

She said- “At home, he would tell us endless stories of his life and friends at Berkeley.”

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