We regret to announce the demise of Alyssa Sack, a 25-year-old lacrosse player from Peachtree City, Georgia. It is not disclosed what caused the death.
There was no information given about the funeral services. Everyone on social media, including friends and family grieving and remembering Alyssa Sack, has paid respect to him and expressed their condolences.
A Facebook user named Jessica Ward stated that “some people are influential in every element of life. One of those people was Alyssa. If you had the good fortune to meet Alyssa, you would know her power. During games, in the classroom, as a friend, a daughter, a sister, and a new mother. Her loved ones and friends will always cherish her.”
“Alyssa Sack’s story should never be forgotten because she is a prime example of how hard work can take you when you are motivated by a strong sense of purpose.”
On September 24, 1997, in Senoia, Georgia, as Alyssa Sack. The Sacks were Alyssa’s parents, Frank and Virginia. She played lacrosse and was an MVP, Midfielder of the Year, and captain at Starr’s Mill High School. She was well-known among her loved ones for being an excellent athlete who never settled for second best. She started playing basketball when she was only four years old.
Alyssa was well known in her neighborhood as a phenomenal athlete who relentlessly pursued perfection. She developed into a skilled lacrosse player and even won MVP honors, demonstrating that her passion for sports extended beyond basketball and volleyball. Alyssa excelled in sports, but she also loved to read and spend time with her friends and family.
She was always the ideal of physical health and fitness; now in this time love and support are needed by her beautiful daughter Abigail, her parents Frank and Ginger, and her brothers Derrek and Ethan.
A GoFundMe has been created to honor Alyssa’s life and legacy to generate money for Abigail’s school needs and other costs.