Deadly Car Crash Claims the Life of Auburn Coach Danielle Downey
Posted on behalf of Phillips Law Group on Feb 01, 2014 in Auto Accidents
Former LPGA player, Coach and director of golf operations Danielle Downey was involved in a deadly car crash Thursday night in Auburn, Alabama. Downey who was only 33, was pronounced dead in the emergency room of the East Alabama Medical Center Thursday night after just one hour of arriving after her accident.
Auburn head womens coach Kim Evans said in a news release:
"Im absolutely devastated. Danielle meant so much to me, the girls and this program. Not only did she give much of her life to Auburn as a student-athlete and as a mentor to these young women, but she was so instrumental to this team during some tough times over the past year. Danielle was like a daughter to me."
Golf Coach Downey will always be remembered. According to Auburn, Downey is survived by her parents, Mike and Phyllis Downey, and sisters Erica Setzer, Melissa Sage and Shawna Tomasso. At this point, plans for a memorial service in Auburn Alabama are still pending.
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