from Southern Guilford High School, home of the Storm:
It is with great sadness that we mourn the loss of Coach CK Siler.
Coach Siler was bigger than life in the Southern Guilford community and his impact was wide and far reaching.
During his lengthy career, he impacted the lives of countless young men and women. As much as he loved teaching and coaching, it paled in comparison to how much he loved his family and the community he served.
The lessons that he taught are still alive and being carried on today by his grandsons – Darryl (Grimsley High School), Calvin and Eric (Providence Grove High School).
Coach Siler will continue to have an impact on lives for generations to come. Our community mourns his loss but is greater because of his leadership.
Our thoughts and prayers are with the family of Coach Siler.
RIP:Coach C.K. Siler
Courtesy of Jeff Carter
Southern Guilford High School
I played against Coach Siler and his Southern Guilford Indians several times…Great coach and he made the Sumner/Southern Guilford Community strong…With the Indians or the Storm, it was Coach Siler at his best, and he brought out the best in his young men…Dino Hackett, Joey Hackett, Kim Smith, Larry McCuiston, Barry McCuiston, Mickey Atkinson, Ralph Brown, the list could go on, and on…Coach Siler loved his SG and Sumner teams, and they all loved him back….Great memories and this great man will be missed…Thank-you Coach Siler for all of the memories…
In recent years, Coach Siler had been living at the Clapp’s Nursing Center, in Pleasant Garden…Back in the day, Coach Siler and his assistant coach, Coach Jones, were the only football coaches for the Sumner Indians, later known as the Southern Guilford Storm…
.@SGHS_ATHLETICS coaching legend C.K. Siler has died at the age of 92. The grandfather of @grimsleyfb coach Daryl Brown and the man for whom the Storm's football stadium is named, was was bigger than life," AD Jeff Carter said: https://t.co/YXmYnDO2Xy
— Joe Sirera (@JoeSireraSports) October 6, 2021
— Nathan Stoner?? (@nathan_stoner2) October 6, 2021