Dale Mooney Death – Dale Mooney a Newmarket New Hampshire Patriots fan and New England Patriots 30-year season ticket holder has been identified as the man who slumped and died at the Gillette Stadium on Sunday night. The father of two passed away after he was punched twice in the head, according to Mass State Police. Law enforcement agencies are investigating the incident after reports say a Miami Dolphins fan and Dale Mooney were involved in an altercation that escalated to a physical fight.
Dale Mooney was punched in the head by a rival fan identified only as a Miami Dolphins fan. Law enforcement agencies say Dale Mooney fell and struck his head on the ground making him lose consciousness. He was transported to an area hospital where he was pronounced dead. A GoFundMe Account has been created by the family to help raise funds for his funeral.
Dale Mooney was a loving soul who cared so much for those he loved, especially his wife Lisa whom he was married to for 20+ years. Dale was a proud father to Aaron and Brandon, constantly laughing and creating moments with them throughout their lives. A hardworking family man from the northeast who loved the New England Patriots, a season ticket holder for 30+ years. Tragically passed away on Sunday evening at the New England Patriots game against the Miami Dolphins, from an unexpected incident while watching the game. His legacy lives on through Lisa, Brandon, and Aaron, thank you for caring about such a loving family. This GoFundMe has been launched by the relatives of to Lisa and Dale Mooney. Funds will be donated directly to the Mooney family as they go through this tough time.”
The victim identified as 53-year-old Dale Mooney, was a 30-year Patriots season ticket holder who died at Gillette Stadium. Police and safety personnel were called to the upper deck at Gillette Stadium just before 11 p.m. Sunday, arriving officers located Dale Mooney, of Newmarket, New Hampshire, “in apparent need of medical attention,” the Norfolk County district attorney’s office said in a statement Monday.
“He engaged in mutual combat with another fan,”. “A lot of people started trying to pull them apart. It looked like somebody was in the middle of them, and then a man in the Dolphins jersey reached over and he connected with two punches to the victim’s head. “It wasn’t something crazy or out of the ordinary until, 30 seconds later, the guy wasn’t getting up.” In interviews with several local media outlets, a male who witnessed the deadly brawl Kilmatin recounts to several media.
Dale Mooney Obituary and Funeral Arrangements will be Released by the Family
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