Josh Ciocco Death: How did he die? Obituary
Josh Ciocco Obituary: Josh Ciocco’s unexpected death announcement brings sorrow for the Vernon Vipers. Josh was the former player and captain of the UNH. His death news comes on Tuesday. His death was announced by Merrimack College where he served as the assistant coach for the last four years.
The Local BCHL tweeted…”The Vernon Vipers are extremely saddened to learn of the passing of former Viper Josh Ciocco! We want to pass our condolences along to Josh’s family and friends as well as @MC_Athletics, where he was an assistant coach,”
The Merrimack college authority is in great sorrow and said “Josh was … tireless in recruiting talented and dedicated student-athletes to Merrimack, and equally passionate in his commitment to coaching them to reach their greatest potential,” Added with “Our prayers and deepest condolences are extended to Josh’s parents, brothers and all members of the Merrimack men’s hockey team and coaching staff,”
What happened to Former Vernon Vipers winger Josh Ciocco, Dies at 38
In his career, He appeared as the assistant coach for the University of Alaska in Anchorage and Brown University, He gain his graduate degree at the University of New Hampshire in political science, the same place he was captaining the Wildcats and4-year member of the hockey program.
He took his MBA degree and appeared at UNH and after that, he was playing with Fresno Falcons and Wheeling Nailers in the ECHL. In his BCHL career, He was playing in the Prince George Spruce Kings, Cowichan Valley Capitals, Salmon Arm Silverbacks, and Vernon Vipers as a right winger. His death news was announced on Tuesday by Merrimack college, His cause of death has not been found yet.