On Monday, November 6, 2023, in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Eli Thomas, a dedicated LSU Tiger Band student staff member, passed away unexpectedly; he lived a concise life; he was a young gentleman.
What caused his death?
His close one shared the death news of Thomas.
For now, the exact death cause of Eli Thomas’ has not been disclosed, and the circumstances that surrounded his death are not available and are unknown to the local public.
According to an online source, they stated that.
The Golden Band from Tigerland is in mourning following the death of one of its own — a death believed by the East Baton Rouge Coroner’s Office to be an accidental overdose.
In its report, the coroner said Thomas died at an apartment in the 3200 block of Highland Road on November 1 “due to probable overdose pending toxicology.” Toxicology tests can take several weeks to complete.
Details about the funeral and memorial arrangements for Eli Thomas will be announced by his family, not now but later sometime. The details will include all the information about the funeral date, time, and location for those who want to pay their respects and say their last goodbye to the demise.
Who was Eli Thomas?
LSU, Thomas was a dedicated, kind member of the Kappa Kappa Psi and was also the Tiger Band student staff. According to the reports, he pursued his bachelor’s degree in wildlife ecology. Thomas was from Beavercreek, Ohio, where he attended Beavercreek High School.
He was an amazing, dedicated, and passionate soul and was crazy for his passion for the Golden Band from the Tigerland program. He was becoming a highlighted and prominent figure among everyone; students of his age were influenced by his personality and his devotion and passion to his work.
One of the LSU Tiger Band Student Staff Members, Eli Thomas, stated that: “His kindness and compassion shone through in every interaction, and he left an immeasurable impact on the many lives and organizations he was a part of.”
We have lost a generous soul, and his loss can never be recovered. Now, the family of Thomas is in deep pain. He was too young to leave this world. Our condolences are with the family and close ones.
May he rest in peace.
Students in need
For such, Students who need emotional support can contact the Student Health Center’s Mental Health Service at (225) 578-8774 for counseling services.