BY ALEXANDER WILLIS
Spring Hill High School assistant football coach William Fisher died Sunday morning, according to a release by the school’s Twitter page.
The cause of death is unknown as of yet, but was reported by the Tennessean to have possibly been a heart attack. Fisher was reported to have been in his early 30’s.
“It is with heavy hearts that the Spring Hill High School family announces the passing of William Fisher,” said the Spring Hill High School administration in a statement. “Coach Fisher passed away Sunday morning, 9-2-2018. All of us at Spring Hill High School are deeply saddened by the news of Coach Fisher’s passing. Please keep Coach Fisher’s family, Spring Hill HS Football Team, and the entire Spring Hill HS family in your thoughts and prayers.”
Arrangement information will be on the Spring Hill High School website as it becomes available.
It is with heavy hearts that the Spring Hill High School family announces the passing of William Fisher. Coach Fisher passed away Sunday morning, 9-2-2018…Information regarding arrangements will be on the Spring Hill High School webpage, as soon as they are available. pic.twitter.com/KBKSt0Xyul
— Spring Hill High School (@SHHSRaidersTN) September 2, 2018
Will Fisher was the epitome of what a man should strive to be. He was tough, intelligent, caring, and funny. He carried himself with a measured confidence all the while being completely approachable. He was a special man and his absence will be felt always. Love you Fish.
— Spring Hill Football (@4thehill) September 2, 2018