Sharon Shula Bio, Wiki
Sharon Shula is best known for being the daughter of Don Shula, an American football coach, and player. He was termed as the winningest coach in NFL history. It is being reported that Don died on Monday morning, May 4th at the age of 90. She died in February 1991 after a six-year battle with breast cancer.
Sharon Shula Age
She was born on June 30th, 1962, and is currently 57 years as of 2020.
Sharon Shula Parents
Her parents are Don Shula and Dorothy Bartish Shula. Shula and Dorothy Bartish celebrated their wedding on July 19, 1958. She died in February 1991 after a six-year battle with breast cancer.
She is also the step-daughter of Mary Anne Stephens. After Dorothy’s death, Don Shula went on to marry his second wife, Mary Anne on October 16th, 1993. She had just divorced her third husband, investment banker Jackson T. “Jack” Stephens. Jackson at the time was a wealthy and powerful Little Rock financier and chairman of the Augusta National Golf Club.
— Joe Horrigan (@JoeHHOF) November 9, 2017
Sharon Shula Siblings
Sharon has four siblings who include, David Donald Shula or simply Dave (b. May 28, 1959), Donna (b. April 28, 1961), Anne (b. May 7, 1964), and Mike Shula (b. June 3, 1965). Like his father, Mike is an American football coach who is the quarterbacks’ coach of the Denver Broncos of the National Football League. Her other sibling, Dave is also an American football coach and former player. He is the wide receivers coach at Dartmouth College.
Who is Don Shula? His Death & Cause
The winningest coach in National Football League (NFL) history, Shula is best known for his time being the longtime head coach of the Miami Dolphins, leading them to two Super Bowl victories, as well as the only perfect season in NFL history.
Over 33 seasons with the Baltimore Colts and Miami Dolphins, Shula put together a Hall of Fame coaching career, racking up a 347-173-6 record and making him just one of two men to have attained 300 wins in the NFL.
He won back-to-back Super Bowls with Miami, the first in 1972 as the culmination of the only perfect season (17-0) in league history.
Shula was deeply religious throughout his life. He said in 1974, at the peak of his coaching career, that he attended Mass every morning. Shula once considered becoming a Catholic priest but decided he could not commit to being both priest and coach.
Shula died on May 4, 2020, at the age of 90. In recent weeks, Shula, a known restauranteur, teamed up with other former Dolphins to provide free meals to first responders in the coronavirus pandemic. His cause of death is not immediately known, according to the Miami Herald, but it is reportedly not related to the coronavirus pandemic.
The Miami Dolphins are saddened to announce that Head Coach Don Shula passed away peacefully at his home this morning. pic.twitter.com/MKAtXFA4zd
— Miami Dolphins (@MiamiDolphins) May 4, 2020
Don Shula’s net worth is estimated at $30 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth.
#Dolphins HOF Coach Don Shula has passed away at the age of 90…
He was a HC for 33 seasons, and had some great achievements…
• 347 Career Wins (Most in NFL)
• Coached only perfect season in #NFL History
• 2x SB Champ (VII, VIII)
• 1968 NFL Champion
• 4x COY
RIP Legend pic.twitter.com/NzlM0yNT6e
— NFL Stats (@NFL_Stats) May 4, 2020