Gary Mooney Obituary – Death : We are deeply saddened to learn that Gary Mooney, Smyrna Assistant Football Coach passed away on Thursday October 7, 2021 after a short illness. It was reported that he died leaving families, friends and loved ones in great grief and fear.
He was a perfect example of what it means to be a wonderful person. He had a calming presence and was extremely kind, he touched the hearts of so many, and was an inspiration to everyone who knew him.
Causes of Gary Mooney’s Death…
Smyrna assistant football coach Garry Mooney has died after a short illness. At the moment, no information has been received from the family as they are observing their difficult times.
The circumstances surrounding the actual cause of death had not been made public as at the time of writing this report. Investigation is still on-going to know the actual cause of death.
The school’s athletic site reports Mooney was in his 2nd year at Smyrna and taught history at the school.
He is survived by his wife Deborah, daughter Sarah Elizabeth and sons Micah and Peyton. Please remember the Mooney and Smyrna football family in your thoughts and prayers.
As everyone knows, he leaves behind the pride & joy of his existence, families and friends. His loss will have a significant impact on our entire college community. Garry’s commitment to his loved ones and his love of learning has forever positively impacted the lives of many.
The little reminders that cause tears today will turn into little reminders that make us sad and then those little reminders will eventually make us smile and remember Garry just as he would have wanted us to-with love, a grin and maybe a cold one.
We ask that you uplift his parents and close family and friends in prayer during this time. He has left an impact on the lives of many and a legacy that will live on for many years.
Smyrna Assistant Football Coach Passes Away: Smyrna assistant football coach Garry Mooney has passed away after a short illness. The school’s athletic site reports Mooney was in his 2nd year at Smyrna and taught history at the school. He is su… https://t.co/Uhs7jOhGsP pic.twitter.com/t4GUUqeyJn
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