We are deeply saddened to report the death of Chicago Fury Coach Brett Roat. Yes, the devastating news has shaken everyone who knew him and had ever crossed paths with him. Chicago Fury took to their Facebook account to share the passing of its coach. They shared a picture along with a heartfelt caption. The club wrote that they are sharing the news with profound sorrow that FPT trainer and Fury coach Brett Roat has passed away. They further asked everyone to keep his family, friends, and all the close ones who have been mourning his demise in their prayers.
Chicago Fury also wrote that once they receive arrangement details, they will inform everyone. The said post was shared on Sunday, September 19, 2021, so it is speculated that Brett died that day. Ever since the sad announcement, people have flooded the post with condolence and RIP messages. They have been praying for the departed soul and are paying tributes as well. The close ones are sharing the post with deep grief and are expressing their sadness. Brett Roat has left his beautiful wife, Nikki Roat, and their three adorable children behind as he took his last breath reportedly on Sunday.
However, the people are also wondering about Brett Roat’s cause of death and how did he die. Well, let us inform you that no official statement from the family has come forward yet. As of now, the death reason of the coach is unknown and we will surely update you as soon as we get any information. Looking at his personality, it won’t be wrong to state that he was a bright young man who had his whole life ahead of him but his destiny had something else in store. Now, Brett has left a mourning world behind.
It is with deep sorrow and sadness that we have to announce the sudden passing of longtime Fury coach and FPT trainer, Brett Roat. Please keep his players, friends, family, and three children in your prayers. When we receive arrangement details we will pass them on.❤️ pic.twitter.com/DWdcACX8rY
— Chicago Fury Hockey (@FuryAAAHockey) September 19, 2021
Answering who was Brett Roat, he has remained the coach of the Chicago Fury of AAA Hocket Organisation since 2007. Talking about the club, it is affiliated with United States Hockey League (USHL) and is a part of the Tier One Elite Hockey League. Besides being a coach. he was also the FPT trainer. Discussing the accomplishments of Brett, he was associated with junior hockey for 3 years while playing professional hockey for consecutive 3 years in ECHL, SPHL, and UHL. Later, he became the assistant coach of the Butte Roughriders Junior team (NORPAC) and was also the former Scout Topeka Roadrunners (NAHL). We pray for his soul to find peace.