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Drag Racer Jim Howe Jr.’s daughter has passed away

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Drag Racer Jim Howe Jr. has made a name for himself in the sport. He has become a regular on the Street Outlaws circuit lately.

Howe Jr. is now dealing with a tragedy within his family. He has announced that his daughter has passed away.

An official cause of death has not been announced yet. No age was provided.

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“The most precious person in the world has gained her wings today,” Howe Jr. said in a Facebook post. “Sienna Howe has fought the world and smiled everyday. Sienna brightened everyone’s day she made contact with. She was a pleaser. She loved animals and seen the good in everyone. My heart is broken, but I praise God for giving us the time he did with her. AS a father, I was here to teach her and guide her. The thing is, she taught me a lot.

“I know she is at peace now and God needed another angel. Because she was the purest person I’ve ever known. The world will surely miss her. I will update everyone on arrangements when I can. Thank all of you for the texts and calls and most of all for the prayers. I love you Sienna. She was my princess. And what I would give for that Daddy-Daughter date today.”

Howe Jr. posted on Tuesday that she was taken to the hospital while he was away from the family. It is not clear if he was in Texas filming America’s List that will air on the Discovery Channel later this year.

He said that he was 800 miles away from the family when he got the call that she was rushed to the hospital.

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Anthony Caruso III
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Anthony Caruso III is the Publisher of The Capital Sports Report. He has been in the sports journalism field since 2002 and has covered numerous high-profile events, including 11 Heisman Trophy ceremonies.
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