Heartbreak as Former College Tennis Player Dies from Massive Heart Attack: ‘Heaven Gained Another Angel’

By  Editorial Staff  – April 6, 2023 – Sarah Palin website

My cmnt: So young and healthy – but in order to continue to compete at her college under the Lib NCAA she had to get the totally unnecessary Covid jab and now she’s dead. Does the democrat-Left care at all? Nah. She complied and that’s all that mattered.

Former college tennis star Lilly Kimbell died of a massive heart attack at 31.

She suddenly collapsed at home and was rushed to the hospital while being given CPR.

Kimbell was one of the most successful tennis players in collegiate history. She won a staggering 197 victories, including 109 in doubles and 88 in singles. She reached the NCAA Quarterfinals four times.

Doctors determined she had a massive heart attack. The lack of oxygen left her brain unable to regain consciousness, and she was removed from life support.

University of Georgia head coach Jeff Wallace said, “We were stunned and heartbroken to learn of Lilly passing away.”

“I will always remember how she helped create a culture of excellence with her attitude and work ethic,” he continued. “Lilly was a fantastic teammate and was always smiling and laughing during practice and matches. She ranks as one of the most successful doubles players in Georgia tennis history.”

“During the spring of her sophomore year, she went undefeated in doubles with Maho (Kowase), and their 22-match winning streak is still a school record. Our thoughts and prayers go out to her family.”

Kimbell’s sister, Samantha Gillas, said, “Yesterday heaven gained another angel,” Gillas wrote in a Facebook post. “I really don’t know what to say. I am lost for words and in complete shock, but at the same time I have so much I could say. It all seems so surreal and I’m just waiting to wake up from this bad dream and I’ll see you coming downstairs.”

“Besides what you did on the court I looked up to you as a person. You had this ability to make everyone smile. Whenever we walked into the room you would be surrounded by people laughing and smiling. Everyone seemed to gravitate towards you,” Gillas remembered fondly.

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