Coach Rick Kabbert is Dead, Cause of Death, Obituary, What Happened to Him?

Rick Kabbert Death – Rick Kabbert, North Hills High School Girls Soccer has passed away. Rick Kabbert died on June 16, 2021. Details surrounding his cause of death has not been revealed. Rick Kabbert was named coach of the high school team last summer after spending two years as coach of the middle school boys team. He was also a coach for the North Hills Soccer Club and FC Pittsburgh.

Patrick Weber, North Hills Director of Athletics has released a condolence message to honor passing of their beloved coach as well as announcing to the general public. He wrote in a lengthy message;

Dear NHSD families,

It is with extreme sadness that we announce the passing of North Hills High School girls soccer coach Rick Kabbert.

Kabbert joined the girls high school program last summer after spending two years as the North Hills Middle School boys coach. He was well-known in the local soccer community, having coached for the North Hills Soccer Club since 2010, serving stints as president, director of coaching and director of player development for the club over the years. He was also a coach at FC Pittsburgh.

To those who knew him, Rick was more than a dedicated soccer coach.

“He was a friend, a confidant, a caring father, and someone that our players could rely on,” Ryan McEnroe, president of the North Hills Girls Soccer Boosters, said in announcing his passing to the team. “Coaching soccer was his passion and he truly loved coaching the girls. We are all deeply saddened by this news.”

When Kabbert took over, the girls program had won just five section games combined over the previous three seasons but he was committed to building a foundation for the future, and it showed.

The team ended the season on a 4-game winning streak and was hungry for more success in 2021 and beyond.

“Rick made great strides with the program since the day he was hired last June,” said North Hills Director of Athletics Patrick Weber. “His passion for the sport of soccer and the North Hills community made him a great fit. Our thoughts are with his family and friends; he will be deeply missed.”

Funeral arrangements have not yet been announced.

School counselors are available if your child needs someone to talk to you. Please contact their school directly.

Thank you,
North Hills School District Administration

Rick Kabbert Funeral | Obituary Arrangements

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Tributes to Rick Kabbert

To the family, kindly receive our heartfelt condolences. Do you have anything to say or condolence messages to share. Feel free to use the comment section below, Friends and Family has shown their sympathy by sharing their grieving message across social media.

When someone you care about has lost a loved one, it can be hard to know what to say when sending condolences. But it’s important to say something. Sharing your condolences lets them know you care and offers comfort in one of the hardest times they’ll ever experience. It’s a loving gesture that means a lot.

Rick Kabbert GoFundMe Page

At the moment, we are not sure if any GoFundMe me account was created on behalf of the dead person, either to fund the funeral arrangements or created on behalf of the family.

Although funeral arrangements have yet to be announced, it goes without saying the family is dealing with a devastating loss and could use your support. On behalf of the family, we are asking for your prayers, love, and support during this very difficult and painful time for them.

If there is any GoFundMe page created or any information you think we should know about, kindly use the comment section. May the deceased rest in peace.

Little acts such as tributes and prayers can go a long way to heal the family of their loss and remind them the world still loves them.

Remember that it’s absolutely okay to say something short and simple, especially in your first condolence thought offered in person or on Facebook or wherever you first hear the news. (If you’re writing a formal sympathy card or note to go with flowers, then a more formal tone is fine, but you can also keep it simple and personal there, too.