Donald Douglas, the longtime executive director of the Public School Athletic League, Board member of Beat the Streets, and NYC wrestling supporter died late Friday night, the PSAL announced.

Mr.Douglas, 58, died of a heart attack, while vacationing on the island of Jamaica, after a bad fall eventually caused a blood clot to form.

 The Brooklyn native and Bushwick High School alum was the PSAL Director from 2004 when he was promoted from deputy director. 

He spent more than 35 years working for the New York City Department of Education, and has been with Beat the Streets since the inception.

“PSAL mourns the loss of one of our beloved leaders, Donald J. Douglas,” the league said in a statement. “A pillar of the PSAL, we appreciate the years of service he gave to NYC. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and the entire PSAL/DOE community.”

Former Chariman of the Board of BTS posted on Twittter: “This is so sad. Donald was a friend and a great public servant. He was a board member of @BeattheStreets ⁩and was always gracious, kind, and thoughtful. He will be missed.”

Click Here To Read the NY Post Article on Mr.Douglas.