Tommy Smith, a beloved Lacrosse coach from Norwalk, Died Unexpectedly

Last Updated on November 4, 2023, 2:47 pm

Tommy Smith, a lacrosse coach from Norwalk, Connecticut, passed away this morning, Friday, November 3, 2023. The Ridgefield Youth Lacrosse and Eclipse Lacrosse families have lost a great friend and coach, Tommy Smith.

Tommy Smith Dead
Tommy Smith (Image via Facebook)

He was declared deceased by people who were close to him. His death cause is unknown, yet the family has released no official statement regarding his death cause.

Smith’s death news on social media, Holly Healy confirmed his through a Facebook post and wrote, “The world lost a great person. I always called Tommy my other son. RIP, Tommy Smith.”

Our Thoughts and Condolences go out to his family, friends and close companions; his sudden demise left the community in mourning and loss. However, Smith’s funeral services have not been announced yet.

About Tommy Smith

Tommy resided in Norwalk, Connecticut, and was born in Manlius, New York. He attended Fayetteville-Manlius High School. According to resources, Tommy continued his education at the University of Virginia after high school.

Tommy Smith, well-known for his remarkable abilities and accomplishments as a player at the University of Virginia, brought his love of lacrosse to the Ridgefield Lacrosse & Eclipse Lacrosse program in 2021.

As a coach and a mentor to a young man, Tommy improved the program, and his absence will be felt deeply. Tommy was a cheerful person who loved lacrosse with a strong sense of spirit. He liked teaching and always made the boys feel essential. His enthusiasm and laugh were infectious. Tommy was a reliable man.

He enjoyed instructing and gave his students a constant sense of importance; his humor and excitement were contagious. Tommy was a trustworthy man; his legacy will always endure, and he will be remembered in the hearts of his loved ones. Prayers for him; Rest in Peace, Tommy Smith.


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