Harold Akin, a former Oklahoma State, and NFL football player died recently. Let’s see what happened to Harold Akin and what was his cause of death.
Who was Harold Akin?
Harold Dwayne Akin was a football player from the United States. He was an offensive tackle who attended Oklahoma State University and played professionally with the San Diego Chargers in the American Football League in 1967 and 1968. He then founded The Budget Floor Store in Oklahoma City, which today has four locations around Oklahoma.
What happened to Harold Akin?
Former Oklahoma State and NFL football player Harold Akin recently passed away.
Akin, who was born in McAlester and reared in Bethany, was drafted in the third round of the 1967 NFL Draft by the San Diego Chargers, who he played tackle for from 1967 to 1968. Injuries cut short his career.
Following his retirement from football, Akin founded Carpet World in Oklahoma City, which is now known as Akin Bros. Floor Stores and is owned by two of his sons.
In Stillwater, he married his high school sweetheart, Sally, and they had four sons: Kevin, Jeff, Scott, and former OSU football star Zac. In 2012, Sally passed away. In 2014, Harold married the former Judy Schatz. He has nine grandkids.
Harold Akin Cause of death
Harold Akin Cause of death has not yet been released officially. We will update the page once the official informations arrives.
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