Paul Dresser Obituary – Death, Legendary Flint Area soccer Coach Paul Dresser Has Died

 Paul Dresser Death – Obituary

Legendary Flint area soccer coach Paul Dresser was announced deceased July 20, 2021, Dresser, age 75 of Wheaton, Ill. passed away due to heart attack.
Dresser who grew up in Flint, Michigan was associated with the man famous for writing (among others) the song “On the Banks of the Wabash, Far Away.”
Mr. D was one of those teachers who had a great reputation, rapport with students and excellent results. A very sore loser in my younger days, Mr. Dresser helped introduce me to the concept of (borrowing a line from a certain doctor) quiet dignity and grace. He let me be a court jester in his gym class and during my summer of driver’s ed.

The former Carman-Ainsworth soccer coach was a true pioneer, forming the first soccer program in the Flint area back in 1972 and spending 35 years coaching both the boys and girls.

Dresser  was a better coach, teacher, driving instructor and friend. He’s going to be missed so much!


Tributes And Condolences

Tributes and condolences are being shared across social media timelines over the passing of Dresser. It is with a deep sense of loss that friends and families mourn their beloved one who has died unexpectedly.

It is in the spirit of this mourning that we extend our condolences to the family of Dresser and everyone affected by the passing.


 Paul Dresser Obituary

The family’s privacy must be observed at this difficult time. This publication is a piece of noteworthy information only and does not serve as an obituary announcement for Dresser. The obituary would be officially released by the family.  Details of the deceased burials, funeral, and other related ceremonies would rightfully be published by the family of the deceased in their chosen online platform.

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