Who Was Josh Ciocco? Former Vernon Vipers Winger Cause of Death? Dies at 38

Here we are sharing a piece of sad and shocking news with you. Josh Ciocco passed away recently at the age of 38 and his passing news is circulating on social media platforms. As per the report, the Vernon Vipers have been mourning former player Josh Ciocco, whose unexpected death has been announced Tuesday at the young age of 38. Recently this news has come on the internet and this news is getting viral on social media platforms. Currently, all people are very curious to know about the news, Here we have more information about the news and we will share it with you in his article, so please read the complete article.

Josh Ciocco

As per the report, The Vernon vipers are very upset to learn of the passing of former Viper Josh Ciocco! We are sharing our deep condolences along to Josh’s family and friends as well as @MC-Athletics, where he was an assistant coach,” the local BCHL team tweeted on social media platforms. As far as we know, Cipocco was joining his 5th season with the North Andover, Mass., Merrimack College. You are on the right page for getting the right information about news, so please read the complete article.

Since his passing news came on the internet lots of people are shocked by his passing news and they have been expressing their deep condolences to his family and friends. The Merrimack community and men’s hockey program” are deeply saddened by this passing and the college posted on its websites. Josh Ciocco was a very kind-hearted and amazing person. Josh was tireless in recruiting capable and loyal student-athletes to Merrimack and equally passionate in his commitment to coaching them to reach their most outstanding potential. Scroll down the page for more information about the news.

Formerly, Ciocco worked as an assistant coach at Brown University, and at the University of Alaska in Anchorage. He completed his graduation from the University of New Hampshire in political science in 2007, where he was a four-year member of the hockey program, captaining the Wildcats in his senior season. He came back to UNH in 2010 to earn his MBA after competing for two seasons in the ECHL with wheeling Nailers and Falcons. Since his passing news came on social media lots of people are shocked by Ciocco’s sudden death, but his cause of death has been not disclosed. Stay connected with Social Telecast for more updates.

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