Tommy Joe Coffey Death | Obituary | Tommy Joe Coffey Dead | Died | Funeral Plans – We heard about the great loss, that Tommy Joe Coffey is no more and has reportedly passed away.
We mourn with the family of Tommy Joe Coffey for this great loss. Please received our heartfelt condolences.
For every start of a journey, there must be an end. His journey has sadly come to an end on earth.
Coffey was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1977 after a stellar 14-year career in which he played for the Edmonton Eskimos (1959-60, 1962-66), Tiger-Cats (1967-1972) and Toronto Argonauts (1973).
Tributes to Joe Coffey
Friends, Family and loved ones are extremely sad and currently grieving as the news of his decease was made known.
“The Hamilton Tiger-Cats would like to offer sincere condolences to the family and friends of the legendary Tommy Joe Coffey,” said Chief Executive Officer of the Tiger-Cats, Scott Mitchell.
“Tommy is one of the most decorated players to ever wear a Ticats jersey and will forever be a huge part of our franchise’s great history.”
“It is with deep sadness the Hamilton Tiger-Cats learned of the passing of former receiver and placekicker, Canadian Football Hall of Famer and Ticats’ Wall of Honour member, Tommy Joe Coffey,” a press release from the Hamilton Tiger-Cats says.
Joe Coffey Cause of Death
Joe Coffey cause of death has never been made public. We will surely update this news as soon as we are able to get more information regarding his death.
Joe Coffey Obituary | Funeral Arrangement | GoFundMe page
The family are yet to make public the obituary and funeral arrangements. We also not aware if any GoFundMe was created by the family or friends of the deceased at the time of this publication.
This post will be updated with more information as they are made available and public.
It is with incredible sadness and heavy hearts that we announce that our friend and colleague has passed away. Celebrate his life, leave a kind word for him. Friends, Family and Loved ones has poured out their grieve and condolence to honor the passing away of the deceased.