Longterm Mexico Athlete Coach, Cibola AD Schroer, passed away at 75

Longterm Mexico Athlete Coach, Cibola AD Schroer, passed away at 75

Cibola AD Schroer was a member of the Sports Hall of Fame at Seymour High in Indiana, which also is the hometown and alma mater of musician John Mellencamp. Cibola AD Schroer’s another name is Phil Schroer.

New Mexico Athlete Coach Cibola AD Schroer dies at 75

On Wednesday, Phil Schroer was remembered as a devoted supporter of New Mexico high school athletes and coaches as well as his family and the Indiana Hoosiers. Schroer passed away suddenly on Tuesday in the afternoon. He was 75. His 76th birthday was scheduled for Saturday.

 Shonn Schroer, Phil’s son and the head boys basketball coach and athletic director at West Mesa High, claimed his father was “an extraordinarily humble man.” “Getting him to ever talk about himself was difficult. He was modest. While adding that his father appeared to be in good condition, Shonn Schroer stated that the family was unsure of the exact cause of his passing.

Cibola AD Schroer Age, Family, Early Life

Cibola AD Schroer was 75 years old. He holds an American nationality and he belongs to a white ethnic group. His actual birth date and Zodiac sign are not known.

cibola ad schroer family

Cibola Schroer has prohibited the media from knowing specifics about his family, therefore there are no details available.

Cibola AD Schroer Wife, What about his Children?

Schroer married to Veronica. They had four children together Shonn, Mandee, Justin, and Nick.

Cibola AD Schroer Career, What was his profession?

Cibola Schroer was a member of the Seymour High School Athletic Hall of Fame in Indiana, which also serves as the alma mater and hometown of musician John Mellencamp. Schroer was recognized in Cibola’s Athletics Hall of Fame in 2018, an organization he helped establish. He was a dual-sport athlete at New Mexico Highlands and a member of the H Club as well (basketball and baseball).

Schroer was a member of the Highlands baseball team that won the 1967 NAIA national title, which will be celebrated this fall in Las Vegas. Before relocating to Las Vegas to coach at Robertson, Schroer spent 14 years as a coach in Indiana. A few years later, when Hall of Famer Frank Castillo moved for La Cueva, Schroer left the Cardinals program to take over at Cibola. Schroer, spent 43 years as a teacher.

How much is Cibola AD Schroer Net Worth?

We do not have any specific information regarding Cibola AD Schroer’s net worth.

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Which school and college did he go to?

Cibola Schroer earned his master’s degree from Indiana University.

Is he available on any kind of social media platform?

AD Schroer is not active on social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter.

Physical Appearance of Cibola AD Schroer’s Height, Weight

HeightNot Available
Hair ColorWhite
Eye colorBrown
WeightNot Available
Body typeFit
Sexual orientationStraight

Interesting facts about Cibola AD Schroer’s should be knows

NationalityAmerican
EthnicityWhite
Zodiac signNot Available
Relationship StatusMarried

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