Everett doctor diagnosed with ALS didn’t need a bucket list | HeraldNet.com

Virginia Grossman said her husband, Art, who died Dec. 21, planned to keep doing what he loved. Source: Everett doctor diagnosed with ALS didn’t need a bucket list | HeraldNet.com For years a referee and coach with Washington Youth Soccer, Grossman stepped up his schedule by teaching fitness classes at the Everett Family YMCA and at LA Fitness. “It’s a huge loss,” said Ted Wenta, the YMCA of Snohomish County’s senior vice president of operations Continue reading Everett doctor diagnosed with ALS didn’t need a bucket list | HeraldNet.com

NWAC Hall of Fame goalkeeper, Monroe soccer star Tony Creswell remembered

Tony (Alan) Creswell 47, lifetime resident of Monroe, WA passed away in his home October 27, 2017 after a courageous three and a half year battle against Glioblastoma brain cancer. Tony was born February 1, 1970 in Everett, WA to … Continue reading NWAC Hall of Fame goalkeeper, Monroe soccer star Tony Creswell remembered

Spokane soccer community learns of the passing of teen player Kyle Van Liew

SPOKANE, WA— The Spokane soccer community is learning today that 16-year old Kyle Van Liew, missing since November 3 and the subject of an intense search and social outreach campaign, has been found dead. Van Liew was a star player for … Continue reading Spokane soccer community learns of the passing of teen player Kyle Van Liew

Mount Vernon’s Alberto “Junior” Santacruz remembered as gifted, happy player

MOUNT VERNON, WA— The state of Washington recently lost a gleaming smile and promising young soccer player. Word of the passing of Alberto “Junior” Santacruz spread online as a Gofundme page went up to help his family with funeral expenses.  The soccer … Continue reading Mount Vernon’s Alberto “Junior” Santacruz remembered as gifted, happy player