Rich Ingold, American arena football player and coach, Died at 53

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Richard Ingold was born on May 15, 1963, and died on February 15, 2017.

He was an Arena Football League (AFL) quarterback.

He played with the Washington Commandos and the Detroit Drive.

Ingold holds the all-time record for most career head coaching wins in af2 history, coaching the Quad City Steamwheelers and the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Pioneers, whom he led to Arena Cup VIII in 2007.

Ingold’s head coaching career also included a partial season coaching the Dallas Vigilantes of the AFL in 2010.

During 2006, he was diagnosed with esophageal cancer and missed Pioneers training camp for the 2007 season.

He had residences in both Pittsburgh and Dallas with his wife Kristina and their two children, Alexandra and Richie, Jr.

Rich Ingold passed away at 53 years old.

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