Pete Frates

He is a former Captain of the Boson College baseball team, as well as a baseball player, was named Pete Frates.

A former Captain of the Boson College baseball team, as well as the baseball player, was named Pete Frates. Frates and two fellow Boston College alumni popularized what is now known as the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge in 2013 and 2014. Recently, on 9th December 2019, he passed away at the age of 34. His funeral mass will be held on Friday, 13th December at 11 a.m. at St. Ignatius according to sources.

Bio, Age, Parents, Nationality

Pete Frates was born in Beverly, Massachusetts, on December 28, 1984. He grew up in Beverly, Massachusetts, and attended St. John’s Prep in nearby Danvers for high school baseball. Nancy Frates (mother) and John Frates (father) were his parents. Andrew Frates and Jennifer Mayo are his two brothers. He was a student at Boston College. In 2013, he earned a graduate diploma. His race was White and his nationality was American. He was a devout Christian.

Quick Facts About Pete Frates

Real Full Birth Name Pete Frates.
Nickname Pete.
Profession Former Baseball Player and Internet Personality.
Famous for inspire the ice bucket challenge and raised $220 million USD for research into ALS.
Age (How old, as of 2018) 34 years.
Date of Birth (DOB), Birthday December 28, 1984.
Date of Death December 09, 2019.
Birthplace/Hometown Beverly, Massachusetts, United States.
House In Massachusetts, United States.
Nationality American.
Sexuality (Gay or Lesbian) Straight.
Gender Male.
Religion Christianity.
Ethnicity White Caucasian Descent.
Sun Sign (Zodiac Sign) Capricorn.

Pete Frates

Pete Frates – Career, Net worth – 2023

Pete Frates was reported to have a net worth of $5 million at the time of his death. However, though his exact salary has not been released, there is no doubt in the minds of his supporters that he was making a good living from his job. His baseball career provided him with a source of income. Before his death, he was happy with his earnings.

In 2013 and 2014, Frates and two other Boston College alumni popularized what is now known as the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.
It entails pouring ice water on your head, donating to an ALS organization, and inviting others to join you in the challenge.
According to the ALS Association, the challenge raised $115 million in two months in 2014.
Pete Frates’ Wife: Who Is She?

Pete Frates was a happily married man. On June 1, 2013, he married his lovely wife Julie Frates. The couple also has a daughter named Lucy, who was born on August 31, 2014. Prior to his death, the family had been enjoying a content, peaceful life. He was not homosexual and had a straight sexual orientation.

Body Measurements – Height, Weight

Pete Frates was a very handsome person prior to his death. He had got a very charming smile attracting a lot of people to him. His eye color and hair color, both were black. His hairs were short. He has got a perfect height matching his body weight. But the exact information about his height, weight, and other body measurements is still under review but it will be added once we get details about it.

What was the cause of Pete Frates’ death?

Pete Frates died on Monday, December 9th, 2019, at the age of 34, after a long struggle with ALS. He died in his Beverly home. At the age of 27, he was diagnosed with ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis). Frates was remembered for his “heroic struggle with ALS,” according to a statement released by Boston College. Frates leaves behind his wife, Julie, and their daughter, as well as his parents, brother, and sister.

FAQs of Pete Frates

How old was Pete Frates when he was diagnosed with ALS?

  • 27

What happened to Pete Frates?

  • A husband to Julie, a father to Lucy, a son to John and Nancy, and a brother to Andrew and Jennifer, Pete passed away surrounded by his loving family, peacefully at age 34, after a heroic battle with ALS. Pete was an inspiration to so many people around the world who drew strength from his courage and resiliency.

How did Pete Frates find out he had ALS?

  • Up to bat during a men’s league baseball game in 2011, Frates was struck on his left wrist by a fastball. The injury led to a diagnosis of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, also known as ALS or Lou Gehrig’s disease — a neurodegenerative disease that affects nerve cells in the brain and the spinal cord.

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