MANSFIELD (WBAP/KLIF News) – Mansfield ISD is mourning the loss of its longtime football coach.
47-year-old Daniel Maberry lost his two-year battle with Stage 4 Lymphoma on Monday.
The popular coach had been with the district for two decades and took over as head football coach in 2016.
Maberry had been scheduled to go home with hospice this week after being hospitalized for the last few months.
He is survived by his wife, Cami, and their two daughters.
When news of Maberry’s death spread, the Mansfield ISD community sent messages of grief and support for the family on social media.
— Mansfield Tiger FB (@mansfield_fb) February 4, 2020
Please pray for peace and comfort for Mansfield High coach Daniel Maberry and his amazing family. He is such an inspiration to our town and all that know him. #maberrystrong 💚💚💚 pic.twitter.com/6zgSRmB9Nm
— Sidelinepics.com (@hamiltontx) February 4, 2020
The district provided grief counselors for students and staff this week. Funeral arrangements have not been announced.
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