Daniel Moshi Death Cause, Obituary: Died at Naperville Choir Event

Daniel Moshi Death Cause

Daniel Moshi Death Cause, Obituary

Daniel Moshi was a gifted musician, with his exceptional voice earning him a spot as the lead tenor in the choir at Saint Andrew’s Assyrian Church.

Daniel Moshi, 17, was doing what he loved most when he died unexpectedly on stage in a tragic incident in a suburban choir, his family said.

“They told us that when he played solo, he just passed out,” said his mother, Caroline Moshi. “He broke down and we don’t know anything else.”

Moshi of Franklin Park is a senior at Layton High School in District 212. He plans to go to college next year and dreams of one day being on Broadway.

Loden Moshi often accompanies his son Daniel at church to play the piano, an integral part of family life.
The Moshis are relying on their faith more than ever after Daniel died unexpectedly on Friday.

Daniel Moshi Obituary

Moshi lost consciousness Friday while performing for the Illinois American Choral Conductors Association’s statewide honor performance choir at North Naperville High School.

Naperville fire officials confirmed they responded to the high school around 6:18 p.m. For a “comatose” 17-year-old boy. When fire officials arrived, bystanders were performing CPR on the teen, who was taken to Edwards Medical Center, where he died.

Daniel Moshi Death Video

Source: PinkyTimes.com

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