Hank Steinbrenner Died Aged 63: Find Out Cause Of Death
The most recent news is that of Yankees Co-owner, Hank Steinbrenner’s death. He died on Tuesday after battling a longstanding health issue. He was 63 years old.
According to sources, Steinbrenner’s death was unrelated to Coronavirus. Hank Steinbrenner was the oldest son of George Steinbrenner. Hank and his younger brother Hal had been in charge of the day to day operations of the Yankees in 2017 after their father stepped down from his position. Also, Hank initially had the upper hand in the management. However, he stepped back when Hal began maintaining more of the day to day operations.
Hank’s Family Bid Him The Sweetest Farewell
The Steinbrenner family came forward and commented,
“Hank was a genuine and gentle spirit who treasured the deep relationships he formed with those closest to him. He was introduced to the Yankees organization at a very young age, and his love for sports and competition continued to burn brightly throughout his life. Hank could be direct and outspoken, but in the very same conversation show great tenderness and light-heartedness.”
Hank’s death has affected Yankees fans all over the world, and people are in mourning.
Hank had two sisters apart from his younger brother Hal, namely Jessica Steinbrenner and Jennifer Steinbrenner-Swindal. Hank attended the Culver Academy and Central Methodist College. He played soccer during his student years in the same college and earned his degree in history and political science. Hank had been working at the team’s office in Florida in recent years.
Hank and his wife had divorced in 2004. He had four children. The plight and despair of his family members and children are unimaginable. Hank died after suffering for a long time from liver problems. He died on 14th of April. We will keep you updated on newer developments.