Posted on July 7, 2019
FRANKLIN, TN - Alex Quintana, a former TSC coach and long time youth soccer coach in Middle Tennessee, passed away last week in Franklin.
“We are deeply saddened by Alex’s passing,” said TSC Executive Director Stuart Brown. “Alex was a wonderful person who had a great impact on so many young players during his coaching career. He will be missed greatly.”
Alex has strong connections to the TSC community, having coached for Tennessee FC and Brentwood SC since the 1990’s before the two merged to create Tennessee Soccer Club. Alex coached his last season with TSC in Fall 2018 before stepping away for health reasons.
Thoughts and prayers from the entire TSC community are with Alex’s loved ones.
The memorial service for Alex will be held on Wednesday, July 10 at 2:00 p.m. It will be held at First Presbyterian Church, 101 Legends Club Lane, Franklin, Tennessee. The visitation will be immediately following the service in Wilson Hall.
In lieu of flowers the family is requesting donations be made to:
The American Cancer Society (cancer.org), Living Waters for the World (livingwatersfortheworld.org), or
Kino Border Initiative (kinoborderinitiative.org) and also the ACLU Immigrants’ Rights Initiative (https://www.aclu.org/issues/immigrants-rights).
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Tennessee Soccer Club is the premier youth soccer club of the Greater Nashville, TN area with over 3,000 players participating in recreational and competitive soccer across three locations; TSC Murfreesboro, TSC Nashville and TSC Williamson. The club competes locally, regionally, and nationally in leagues such as the Tennessee Youth Soccer League, US Club Soccer National Premier League, USYSA’s National League and Southern Region Premier League, and the Elite Clubs National League. TSC has won multiple state and national championships in recent years through competition in these leagues. TSC's Mission is "to promote a love for soccer by developing excellence in the game for our players and coaches to positively impact our member families and communities.”