Lee Mecherly Death – Obituary News : Lee Mecherly has died .
We are sad to report that Lee Mecherly has passed away, according to the following statements posted on social media on August 21. 2021.
Boyertown Athletics 4h · Boyertown Athletics is sad to learn of the passing of Lee Mecherly. Lee was a longtime coach of baseball and basketball in the district and a true supporter and champion of our Student Athletes. He also coached the Boyertown Junior and Senior Legion Teams and coached at Penn State Berks. Lee was a great influence on all the young peoples lives he touched. He was tough but fair and loved. There also is a picture below of him early in the week with Toby Welk one of his Penn State Berks players who plays for the Bowie Bay Sox how fitting that he was on his way home from supporting one of his players. Here is a picture of him early in the week with Toby Welk one of his Penn State Berks players who plays for the Bowie Bay Sox how fitting that he was on his way home from supporting one of his players.
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Well Said Nick, he will be missed by all. Lee was a wonderful person, coach,fan, and friend. We will miss you at all the events. Thanks you for all the guidance over the years in maintaining infield’s. You were the best in the Business. You are a Legend!Phyllis Leidy wrote
He was a little man with a big heart ♥️. Baseball was everything to him. ⚾️Boyertown will miss him. So good he has a field named for him & he saw it.
My heart is broken not only for Lee’s family and friends, but for everyone in Boyertown would will no longer have the opportunity to have Lee influence their lives.
The true image of everything Boyertown Baseball represents!! RIP Coach!!
So sad. He was a caring, dedicated Bear whose presence on the sidelines or in the stands provided a tremendous boost to youth athletics. He will be deeply missed.
Patricia Ackerman Moyer
We used to see him at both of our grandsons games. He was a very dedicated person, coach to Boyertown. We could also see him as a fan sitting in the bleachers. After the games you would see him riding the tractor preparing the field for the next game. He will surely be missed by alot of people!!!