Who is De’van Bogard? Wiki, Biography, Age, Dead After Apartment Fire


De’van Bogard Wiki – De’van Bogard Biography

Elyria High School assistant football coach De’van Bogard died Tuesday morning after a fire broke out in his apartment, according to WBNS, which reported that Acting Elyria Fire Chief Joe Pronesti said that Bogard’s body was found by the door. An Ohio community mourns the death of a 27-year-old local soccer coach.

“With deep sadness, we are trying to process the tremendous loss of a beloved soccer coach, De’van Bogard,” Elyria City Schools said on Facebook. “We cannot say enough about how loved, admired, and respected he was by the Elyria Schools community and most especially by the athletes, coaches, and families involved in Elyria Pioneer Football.

De’van Bogard Age

De’van Bogard was 27 years old.

De’van Bogard Cause of Death

Beloved high school coach and former Ohio State University (OSU) player De’van Bogard, 27, was found dead in his Ohio apartment on October 12, 2021. The former national championship player is perhaps best known for being a part of Urban Meyer’s first recruiting class at OSU in 2012. The school has created a GoFundMe to support Bogard’s son, Jaden, and his mother.

Bogard’s tragic death affected not just OSU or the school where he coached, Elyria High School, but the soccer community at large. In early September, Atlanta mourned the loss of promising player Jaumarcus McFarland, who was crushed by a free-falling elevator. In Utah, the Utes were shocked after Aaron Lowe was killed in a shooting on Sept. 26, less than a year after the death of his teammate Ty Jordan. The same month, former New England Patriots player David Patten also breathed his last.

While all the circumstances surrounding Bogard’s tragic death have not yet been revealed, we can confirm that the cause of death appears to be a fire that broke out in his apartment. He reportedly died at the scene in Elyria, Ohio, at the age of 27.

A fire reportedly broke out in the apartment Bogard was staying in on the morning of October 12. Fire crews responded to calls when smoke and flames were seen from the windows at 283 Washington Avenue. When they arrived and were able to control the fire, Bogard’s body was discovered at the door of his building. Fire Chief Joe Pronesti said the fire reportedly started on the living room couch and, for now, is believed to be accidental. Foul play is not suspected at this time, although the boss noted the lack of working fire alarms inside the apartment.

The chief said Bogard was probably in the bedroom at the time the fire broke out and was unable to escape in time. It is unclear what started the fire and what the extent of the damage is. Elyria High School, where Bogard worked as a soccer coach, announced his passing in a Facebook post, saying, “It is with deep sadness that we are trying to process the tremendous loss of a much-loved soccer coach, De’van Bogard. We cannot say enough how loved, admired and respected he was by the Elyria Schools community and most especially by the athletes, coaches and families involved in Elyria Pioneer Football. ”

A member of the soccer team has also started a GoFundMe page for Bogard’s family. “Coach Bogard has been a critical part of our program these past 2 years with a connection to these guys like no other. He has had a huge impact on them in his short time with us,” the page says. The team hopes to raise $ 7,500 to “make sure he takes care of Jaden upon his passing.” The costs will also cover Bogard’s funeral expenses.

Between 2012 and 2014, Bogard appeared in 22 games for the Buckeyes, but his career was tragically cut short by a series of knee and ACL injuries. In 2014, he even made the National Championship team, but sadly he was forced to go from playing to being a coach. The school has made bereavement counselors available to students throughout the week.

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