Who was Drew Gibbs and what was his cause of death? Ramapo football coach died at 59: There has been a sad demise of the head coach Drew Gibbs, he has died after the emergency surgery and we are here to tell you everything about the football coach in the article, he was the former head coach, he coached the Kean University Cougars in the union, New Jersey and he served as the head coach of Ramapo High School. In the year 2001, he had already won five group lll, state sectional championships at Ramapo, he had an amazing career record having 142 wins against 48 losses, he is no longer with us at this time. Follow More Update On GetIndiaNews.com
Who was Drew Gibbs?
Ramapo football coach Drew Gibbs who has died on Tuesday dating to 16th November in the morning, he has passed away after undergoing emergency surgery, Gibbs experienced chest pain during the practice on Monday, he rushed to Valley hospital in Ridgewood, doctors found the tear after a CAT scan.
The school has announced to the students and the faculty that Gibbs has passed away through an e-mail, Gibbs has died of complications from an aortic dissection and surgery complications, the news has brought all the football and other athletes sadness, he has been a legend for the sport, losing him has been wreckage for the team.
Ramapo has beaten Summit at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford to cap the 2018 season, the 2019 Ramapo team then rattled off another 13 wins in a row, Ramapo only lost three games in the four seasons and he was the pillar who brought upon the changes in the team and his achievements are never going to be forgotten.
Drew Gibbs Death Cause
He had to go undergo emergency surgery in order to repair a tear in his aortic valve which has been mentioned by his family members, his son Brian Gibbs has stated that he has died because of complications. Under his direction Ramapo won about seven section titles and the last two North Jersey, Group 3 regional championships, he spent more than four decades ago.
He was also named as North Section 1 Coach of the year for two different years, in the year 2001 and 2009 by the NJFCA, his contributions, and work ethic will never go to be forgotten, he has done remarkable stuff for the sport, our thoughts, and prayers are with the friends and family of the deceased, may his soul rest in peace.