Ross Stoltz Obituary, Death – Ross Stoltz was a local McDonald’s franchise owner for a number of years, a leader in the community, a fan of the team, and a #Nailers Partner. We have only recently learned about his passing, and as a result, our hearts are filled with unfathomable grief at the news. This information was brought to our attention not too long ago.
Even before he relocated to the valley in 1995, he was already an avid supporter of the sport of ice hockey. He was a fan of ice hockey in general and the Los Angeles Kings in particular. As he took over the McDonald’s franchise that was growing in every direction, he initially focused his attention on the Wheeling Nailers in order to provide financial assistance to the organization as well as the community.
He did this so that the Wheeling Nailers could continue to play an important role in the community. He acted in this manner so that the Wheeling Nailers could keep their vital place in the community and continue to benefit from it. He took these measures to ensure that the Wheeling Nailers would continue to be a positive influence in the city even after he had left it.
Since the beginning of our company, which was close to thirty years ago, Ross Stoltz and McDonald’s have been an unflinching supporter, believer, and partner of ours in everything that we have done. We would like his coworkers, friends, and family to know that they are in our thoughts and prayers during this trying time. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. They should know that we are keeping them in our thoughts and prayers at this time.