What Are Ethan Chapins' Parents' Names? Where Are They Now?

What Are Ethan Chapins' Parents' Names? Where Are They Now? ...

On November 13, 2022, four University of Idaho students were discovered murdered to death in their off-campus Moscow residence, both as part of ABC's '20/20: Horror in Idaho: The Student Murders' and NBC's 'Dateline: Killings in a College Town,' respectively. Let's now learn a bit more about victim Ethan Chapin's parents, shall we?

What Are Ethan Chapin's Parents?

When Stacy Wells Chapin and Jim Chapin received the news back in the early 2000s, they were reportedly more than eager to be triplet parents. Ethan was actually the first to be born on October 28, 2002, followed by his sister Maizie, and finally his brother Hunter, all in a span of only three minutes (from 4:43 pm to 4:45 pm).

“We're just trying to process it,” the former candidly said at the time of their deaths.

"If everybody was like Ethan Chapin in this world, the world would be a better place," Stacy said while her husband Jim remained behind her, indicating his agreement with the sentiment. She then described her eldest as the "comedian" of the family, made it clear he was as generous as he was loving, and stated the fact that he was always willing to undertake any adventure or sport."

What Has Happened to Ethan Chapin's Parents?

The Chapin family finally breathed a sigh of relief when Washington State University Ph.D. student Bryan Kohberger was apprehended on four counts of first-degree murder on December 30, 2022.

Stacy recently posted a facebook post about Maizie and Hunter, revealing that they will begin their own lessons on January 10, 2023. "We've spent the last eight weeks, aside the obvious, focusing on Maizie and Hunter."

Stacy stated, "Anything we/Ethan had was now frozen with the defense. It's two vehicles, E's belonging, and a nice set of golf clubs." We've met with the prosecution, handled media inquiries (hoping respectfully), managed, grieved, talked, and continue to strive to achieve our new normal."

Stacy and Jim continue to reside in Washington, where they are assisting the Sigma Chi Foundation which was established in his honor. They also support Tulip Valley Farms, where their son grew up, in honoring him by selling a tulip bulb mix named "Ethan's Smile."

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