Death – Obituaries : (MARKET NEWS) – Family and friends are mourning the death of Fmr. U of I Director of Athletics, Pete Isakson, who recently passed away.
We learned of the deceased through the following tribute posted on social media by
BREAKING: Fmr. U of I Athletic Director and longtime university leader, @PeteIsakson, has suddenly died. I confirmed the news with UI Director of Communications, Jodi Walker. Memorial services will take place Monday, Jan 20, in Moscow. pic.twitter.com/BC1OzoeFXn
— Rasheeda (@rasheedakabba) January 15, 2020
Today we lost one of our own. Former Director of Athletics, Pete Isakson, has passed away. A father, a husband, a Vandal, Pete will be sorely missed. His family and friends are in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. pic.twitter.com/LD5EoYqk1X
— Idaho Vandals (@Idaho_Vandals) January 15, 2020
Cause of Death.
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The following are some tributes posted on social media to honor the life and the legacy of the deceased.
Just heartbroken to learn of the passing of @PeteIsakson. In addition to being a wonderful husband, father and community leader, Pete was a great teammate, served #ISPSports, @WSUCougars and @Idaho_Vandals with distinction, was the epitome of a servant leader. He will be missed. https://t.co/oobbuOOrr2
— Ben C. Sutton, Jr. (@BenSuttonISP) January 15, 2020
Terrible news out of The Palouse;
Pete Isakson is a former @WSUCougars admin and his kids were born into the Cougar Family.
Was instrumental to Martin Stadium’s renovation/expansion.
Here’s to you, Big Pete…#GoCougs https://t.co/Q462i1e3V7
— Zach Wurtz (@Zach_Wurtz) January 15, 2020
Pete Isakson, a University of Idaho fund raiser and a former athletics administrator at Idaho and Washington State University, died suddenly Tuesday morning at his home. He was 48.
— SpokesmanReview (@SpokesmanReview) January 15, 2020
Pete Isakson was one of the biggest supporters for Vandal Athletics, the University of Idaho and the Moscow community, he will be greatly missed. https://t.co/DVdVIkvayF
— Barstool Idaho (@BarstoolUIdaho) January 15, 2020
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