Last Updated on August 14, 2023, 10:08 am
The exact cause of his death has not been determined yet, but the inquiry is still underway, and the reason for his death will soon find after postmortem reports.
Cowley was a resident of Cleveland, Ohio. The news of his death was revealed by his father, Tom Cowley; he posted on social media that:
“I would like to inform you all that my son Sean Cowley passed away yesterday night, I discovered him death in bathtub when I returned home. I’m looking forward to know from the coroner about what happened with him before passing away from the world.”
His sudden ultimate death has left an empty spot in the hearts of teammates, family, and friends.
The Cleveland Barons also shared the news of their beloved coach’s demise on Facebook.
“Coach Sean Cowley unexpectedly passed away, and on behalf of the Cleveland Barons Organization, we express our sympathies and prayers to his family and friends.”
About Sean Cowley:
Cowley was a resident of Garfield Height, Ohio. He was a professional hockey coach of the Cleveland Barons Organization by profession.
Cowley’s father, Tom, was also a former hockey coach of Ohio. Cowley was not married. He had a son named Luke.
Cowley has been playing hockey since he was a teenage; he played for four years in his school’s hockey team at Trinity High School as an All-Ohio and All-Scholastic defenseman.
Sean Cowley began playing hockey from the Garfield Heights program, and soon he qualified for the Cleveland Americans USA Hockey Pee Wee Tier 1 Nationals in 1986.
Cowley attended Trinity High School and was employed as Ohio’s C: DOX account manager in the same school. He also worked at Spectrum Business as an account executive in Cleveland, Ohio.
He coached hockey since he was 14 years old by assisting his father in Garfield Heights with Pee Wee AA teams.
He taught hockey to the Cleveland’s players including, mini-mite to high school, Buffalo, and South Carolina players.
His most recent seasons were spent playing for the early years of the Barons team in 2005. His primary duty is to grow and improve the team’s defense group.
Cowley focused on teaching people discipline, teamwork, and tenacity in his life; he created a lasting impression by influencing people not just as a sportsman but he did all as a loyal and responsible members of society for the growth and development of society.
Unfortunately, Coach Cowley, a great loyal, responsible person, is not alive, but his memories will always inspire the Cleveland Barons organization and the hockey community.
His tremendous influence, boundless commitment, and unshakable enthusiasm for the game are still deeply rooted in the culture and principles of the company.
Our condolences and sympathies are with his family, friends, and close companions. Rest in Peace, Cowley prayers for his last comforts. His family will soon reveal burial and funeral arrangements.
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