James Tamakian Dallas TX, Baseball Coach at Grayson College has died

James Tamakian Dallas TX, Baseball Coach at Grayson College has died

James Tamakian Death – James Tamakian, a resident of Dallas, Texas, and a Baseball Coach at Grayson College has passed away unexpectedly. He was announced dead through a social media publication that read “”There aren’t any words that can describe how devastated I, and everyone that knew JT, are feeling right now. I know your dad is so happy to have you back by his side, but you will be missed more than you’ll ever know. We love you.”

Who was James Tamakian?

James Tamakian, a resident of Dallas, Texas, and a native of Mansfield, Texas, according to his social media profile. He played as an OF for the Texas College Steers and studied at Northwood University from 2012 to 2015. He was the best soul, always giving everyone a smile on their face. JT was an awesome man. He was always hundred percent genuine and just a really cool person to be around.

James has so many years of experience in recruiting, coordinator, hitting and as an outfield coach. He was an Assistant Baseball Coach at Richland College. He had a Masters Degree in Kinesiology. He was very knowledgeable, very kind, and empathetic. He was a great coach who worked hard and had clear communication skills. He always had advice and an opinion about everything. JT welcome countless people who needed a kind hand, a listening ear, and an open heart.

Tribute to James Tamakian

Frankie Almendarez took to social media and shared the sad news in a post that read “JT, It’s hard to believe the news but I hope you are having the best time up there in heaven with your dad man.” Frankie added that “Because of you, I am who I am today. I will always remember the memories we made together on & off the baseball field. Rest in peace Coach/Brother/Teammate/Mentor, you deserve every bit of it.”

“It’s crazy how one person can impact your kids life tremendously. JT was one hell of a trainer. He pushed my baby to his full potential, and encouraged him to be the greatest catcher.” Taylor Silvas wrote. “All the pep talks, and wise words. May James Tamakian Rest in Paradise. He will truly be missed. This news broke me and my son especially hard. My son has another Angel watching him on the field to play.” Taylor added.

James Tamakian’s obituary and funeral arrangements will be released by the family at a later date.

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