The Mountain View Excessive College group is mourning the lack of Lucinda Daniels on Thursday.
Daniels, 44, died on Wednesday morning, based on an in depth household pal. Her mom, Olga Gonzalez, first informed KTVU of Lucinda’s loss of life on Wednesday night.
“She was a very, actually, good mother,” Gonzalez informed the station. “She was a very good soccer mother, too. Her happiest place was there.”
She first collapsed final Friday, when she rushed down from the stands at a Mountain View soccer recreation to test on her injured son, Dillon, who broke his leg and dislocated his ankle.
Dillon’s dad, Dale, handed out on the sector earlier than Lucinda collapsed. Dale checked out OK however Lucinda was rushed to the hospital and decided to have suffered a stroke, based on household pals. A second stroke Saturday left her with out mind exercise. An organ donor, Daniels was placed on life help whereas medical officers looked for matches.
Of us who knew Lucinda, a mom of 4, have described her as a passionate supporter of her household and the soccer workforce.
College officers checked in with the Daniels household and have been informed that Lucinda would’ve wished the soccer workforce to go ahead with its scheduled recreation in opposition to Reside Oak on Friday night time.
“Dale informed me that’s what Mother would need,” stated Paul Steffen, a household pal and assistant coach on the varsity workforce. “The college received the OK from the household that it’s the suitable factor to do. It’ll be wholesome for everybody concerned. To get again to some semblance of normalcy.”
Dillon Daniels, a senior on the workforce, was scheduled to bear surgical procedure on Thursday.
His youthful brother, Brandon, is a freshman on the junior varsity workforce and is predicted to play within the JV recreation, which kicks off a couple of hours earlier than the 7 p.m. varsity recreation on Friday night time.
Each Daniels brothers have been at soccer apply on Monday and Tuesday.
“We’re making an attempt to clarify to the youngsters life does go on and you must help your loved ones and pals and attempt to steadiness that,” Steffen stated. “We actually respect everyone’s help.”
A GoFundMe fundraiser for the Daniels household had acquired over 1,200 donations totaling greater than $125,000 as of Thursday afternoon.
“It is a horrible tragedy and it performed out in an unbelievable means final Friday night time,” Mountain View sports activities boosters president Brett Schiller wrote in an electronic mail. “The generosity of the group is coming by however won’t ever have the ability to fill the void of the loss. Lucinda was a beautiful individual and you would at all times hear her cheering within the stands at MV soccer video games.”