Lenny Bernheimer Obituary – Cause of Death : US Squash Legend Lenny Bernheimer Dies at 82. Masters Champion to 80+

By | April 15, 2024



Lenny Bernheimer, a prominent figure in the world of squash, has passed away at the age of 82. Described by US Squash as a leader in the sport during the 1970s and 1980s, Bernheimer was also known for his impressive skills on the court, continuing to compete and win titles well into his 80s.

Bernheimer’s contributions to the sport of squash were widely recognized and appreciated. As a leader of US Squash for much of the 1970s and 1980s, he played a key role in promoting and developing the sport across the country. His passion for squash was evident in everything he did, from coaching and mentoring younger players to organizing and participating in tournaments.

In addition to his leadership role, Bernheimer was also a talented player in his own right. He was a US Masters champion, showcasing his skills and competitive spirit on the court. Even in his later years, Bernheimer continued to excel in the sport, competing and winning titles in the 80+ age category.

The news of Bernheimer’s passing has left the squash community in mourning. Tributes have poured in from players, coaches, and fans, all expressing their sadness at the loss of such a beloved figure. Bernheimer’s impact on the sport and the lives of those he touched will not be forgotten.

At this time, the cause of Bernheimer’s death has not been confirmed. The news of his passing is still a developing story, and further details may emerge in the coming days. In the meantime, the squash community is coming together to remember and honor the legacy of Lenny Bernheimer, a true leader and champion of the sport.