Former Utah Jazz coach Jerry Sloan Passed Away – Obituary | Jerry Sloan Death | Died – Dead | Cause Of Death | Funeral Plans – Jerry Sloan Has Died at age 78, DeadDeath learned May 22, 2020.
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Jerry Sloan obituary and funeral plans
As of today, May 22, 2020, the obituary and funeral arrangement of the deceased has not been learned. However, there have been several obituaries in the same name on Legacy, an online obituaries website that publishes death and obituary news.
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— Tom’s Old Days (@sigg20) May 22, 2020
One of the best coaches to do it & also fellow Illinoian native Rest In Peace Jerry Sloan. pic.twitter.com/cSJjkV5euD
— disco ric (@RicWilson) May 22, 2020
RIP Jerry Sloan, former Utah Jazz Coach. Poetically, last Sunday Jerry was on everyone’s TV, as the Jazz played the Bulls in their 2nd of 2 NBA Finals on #TheLastDance. He had some great sound bites. Probably 1st time many (including I) had thought of him since he retired. RIP.
— Scott Yager (@SHOTOFYAGER) May 22, 2020
Writing about a 1973 playoff series between the Lakers and Bulls, Wilt Chamberlain admired Chicago’s hustle and tenacity so much that during the 4th quarter of Game 7 he actually hoped his own team would lose.
Jerry Sloan is a major reason Wilt felt that way. RIP to an NBA icon
— Michael Pina (@MichaelVPina) May 22, 2020