West Seattle Tragedy: Lincoln West’s Death Shakes Community; West Point Lincoln, Broncos Baseball in Mourning

Lincoln West Seattle WA Death: Lincoln West, a beloved member of the White Butte Minor Ball (formerly known as Bronco Storm Ball) community in Seattle, WA, has passed away. He will be deeply missed by his family, friends, coaches, and teammates.

Remembering Lincoln West

Lincoln West was a dedicated and enthusiastic member of the White Butte Minor Ball team, previously named Bronco Storm Ball. His passion for baseball and his commitment to the team made him a cherished member of the community. Lincoln is survived by his family: Rick, Debbie, Nico, and Savannah. His love for the game and the spirit with which he played will be fondly remembered by all who knew him.

Tribute from Broncos Baseball

Broncos Baseball, reflecting on Lincoln’s contribution to the team, shared a heartfelt tribute:

“It is with heavy hearts that Broncos Baseball shares the news about the passing of Lincoln West, who has been an important member of our baseball association family for many years. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family (Rick, Debbie, Nico, and Savannah) as well as his friends, coaches, and teammates during this difficult time. Please support each other and remember Lincoln as a Bronco who loved the game. Through sport, the community can heal.”

A Legacy of Passion and Dedication

Lincoln’s enthusiasm and dedication to baseball were evident in every game he played. His legacy will continue to inspire his teammates and the broader community. As everyone navigates this difficult time, the community is reminded of the healing power of sport and the enduring bonds formed on the field.

Support for the West Family

In light of this tragic loss, the Broncos Baseball community encourages everyone to support Lincoln’s family and each other. The shared memories of Lincoln’s vibrant presence will help the community heal and remember him as a passionate player who truly loved the game.

Lincoln West’s passing is a profound loss, but his memory will live on through the sport he loved and the community that cherished him.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Scroll to Top