Ron Moschella Obituary, Death – Ron Moschella, 72, who coached girls basketball at Boardman High School for 31 years, amassing more than 600 career wins, and who finished his career coaching both the boys and girls basketball programs at Columbiana High School, passed away earlier today. Moschella finished his career coaching both the boys and girls basketball programs at Columbiana High School. Moschella concluded his coaching career at Columbiana High School, where he was the head coach of both the boys’ and girls’ basketball teams. Moschella’s sports career in high school came to a successful conclusion at Columbiana High School.
“Coach Mosch” was a personality in the world of girls’ high school sports who was generally well-liked but could on occasion cause controversy. Although she was typically well-liked, she could occasionally cause controversy. In addition to the 21 times that the Mahoning Valley Coaches Association awarded her the distinction of Coach of the Year, she was honored to receive the Coach of the Year award from the Ohio High School Basketball Association in 2001. In spite of the great acclaim that she received, “Coach Mosch” was subjected to a certain amount of criticism throughout her life.
Moschella started his career as a teacher at the Howland schools, where he also coached golf, tennis, and baseball. In 1978, he moved his family to Boardman and continued his coaching career there. In 1978, he uprooted his life and settled in Boardman. Moschella received his graduation from Ursuline High School, from which he graduated with the equivalent of a high school degree. The only members of Moschella’s family that are still alive today are his wife Judy, their two daughters, and their ten grandchildren. There are no additional members of his family that are still alive now. Before he went away, his daughter Christine Terlesky had already been taken from this world. She was his ancestor in the line of succession that led directly to him.