Brian Harlamert Death: How did He die?
Brian Harlamert was the head baseball coach and ex-player. He was the main member of the Dayton Flyers Hall of Fame, Since 1998 he coached baseball at Coldwater High School. His death was announced by the school… He died on Wednesday, 21 September
“The Coldwater Family has suffered a tremendous loss with the passing of a beloved teacher and baseball coach Mr. Brian Harlamert,” Superintendent Doug Mader said in a statement. “We want to extend our deepest sympathies to the Harlamert family and Mr. Harlamert’s colleagues, students, players and friends.”
Coldwater Baseball Head Coach Brian Harlamert Cause Of Death, Dies At Age 51
His death’s cause is not confirmed yet. Eric Goodwin who is the athletic director of coldwater tweeted…
“Coach Brian Harlamert is going to be missed by so many,” “Touched so many lives with his positive words to everyone and hard work ethic. Prayers to his family. We love you Coach Harley! Going to miss this smile greatly.”
He died at the age of 51.
Who was Brian Harlamert?
Brian was the player of Brunswick’s 5 state championship team. He was playing as a pitcher and outfielder. He was a freshman at the time when the coldwater school won the title in 1987 and a senior in 1990. He did his education at UD. He married her wife name Trish and had four children. He was the winner of his four hundredths game and after five years In 2021, he reached the 500 career victory, After that, he thanked his family in a tweet.
“I am so blessed and thankful,” “Words can’t express how I feel.”
Coach Brian Harlamart is going to be missed by so many. Touched so many lives with his positive words to everyone and hard work ethic. Prayers to his family. We love you Coach Harley! Going to miss this smile greatly. pic.twitter.com/za6NzTLuiL
— Eric Goodwin (@ColdwaterAD) September 21, 2022