How did Mike Faulkner die? Hall of Fame Wrestler Cause of death Revealed

Mike Faulkner Cause of Death

Mike Faulkner, 53, of Mishawaka, IN, longstanding Director of Operations at Mishawaka High School, died on Sunday evening. Let’s see how did he die, what happened, and what was Mike Faulkner Cause of Death.

How did Mike Faulkner die?

The School City of Mishawaka community mourns the loss of a beloved colleague, neighbour, and friend.

Mike Faulkner, a former Parks Superintendent and Mishawaka High School Hall of Fame wrestler, has died.

Mike Faulkner most recently served as School City of Mishawaka’s director of operations. He was previously the assistant athletic director at Mishawaka High School.

Longtime coworkers said Faulkner was dedicated, kind, and honourable; he was Mishawaka through and through.

Faulkner made it his goal to improve Mishawaka for his family and the entire city.

Mike Faulkner Cause of Death

Monday morning, School City of Mishawaka issued the following statement on its Facebook page:

Undefeated Mishawaka takes on undefeated Northwood on Friday, September 30. Mike Faulkner will be honoured before the game at Steele Stadium on Friday at 7 p.m.

Mike Faulkner, a dedicated public servant till the end, was only 53 years old.

Medico topics have been trying to reach out to the family and relatives for comment on the incident. So far no responses have been received. We will update the page once enough information is available. More information on Cherry Valentine Cause of Death will be added soon.

Who is Mike Faulkner?

“Mishawaka is a very special town, and I would say there are a lot of people that are like that as well,” said Steve Sandefer, Mishawaka High School’s Head Wrestling Coach. “Mike’s just been a great supporter, he’s loved the town, he’s proud of his roots, and we’ve been incredibly happy to have a guy like him, a family like his that supports everything we do here.” Just a fantastic mentor to have. He was concerned about everyone.”

He was the state runner-up in the heavyweight class as a senior as a 1987 graduate and great wrestler from Mishawaka High School. He went on to wrestle in college on a scholarship.

He attended Ferris State University and Grand Rapids Junior College (Grand Rapids Community College).

His record in college wrestling is 107 wins and 39 losses.

Austin and Alex are his sons from his marriage to Monique in 1995.

“He was Mishawaka through and through,” School City Mishawaka Superintendent Dr. Theodore Stevens stated. “I don’t think Mike would have chosen to live his life anywhere other than Mishawaka.”

Faulkner was instrumental in restoring the clock tower that rises tall at Mishawaka High School, and he could hear his accomplishment every time the bell rang or tolled.

 

Mike Faulkner Career

He was the Parks superintendent for 14 years, but he was also a wrestling coach and referee, and he’d work the chains at high school football games.

“He always wanted things to be bigger and better, and he accomplished that throughout the facility, and he did that as a coach and as a father, and as a guy who’s the head of operations,” said Dean Huppert, Mishawaka Schools’ Director of Athletics. “He was also someone you could call and say, hey, can I get your take on this?” And he was truthful. Mike Faulkner is a model of honour.”

“You read through some of the social media posts, and the one word that stood out to me was wow, honourable,” Huppert explained. “This is a guy who was a fantastic father, worked in the athletic department, was the operations manager, so everything you see from the basketball court to the football field, to the rocks, shrubs, and windows, he had a hand in it.” He was well-liked by the custodians. The athletic department, the principal, and the superintendent all admired him. In the discussions, he was tenacious because he understood exactly what he wanted and wanted to make Mishawaka proud.”

 

Tribute to Mike Faulkner

IndianaMat said,

It is with great sadness that we pass along the passing of referee, coach, wrestler, and dad Mike Faulkner. Mike worked many state finals as a referee and was involved deeply in the sport of wrestling. Please keep the Faulkner and Mishawaka families in your thoughts.
Dave Wood Mayor said,

It is with profound sadness that I learned of the recent passing of my long time dear friend, amazing colleague, and Mishawaka standard bearer Mike Faulkner. On behalf of Jaimi and I, we send our deepest condolences to his wife Monique, kids Austin, Alex, Larry, Angel and his entire family and to all citizens of the Princess City.

Mike was loved by all. He played many roles; husband, father, athlete, coach. He had several titles; Park Superintendent, Director of Operations, park board member, referee. The common denominator in them all was his unending love of Mishawaka. His leadership and service to our home town has made a lasting difference that can be seen everywhere and will not soon be forgotten. There truly could not have been a kinder and more dedicated man who gave it all to impact countless lives. Mike serves as a model for me and to all of us, of his love for his community and steadfast service to others. Mike’s life and inspiration will live on through the many lives that he has deeply touched.

Profoundly sad about passing of my dear friend & colleague, Mike Faulkner. Loved by all, his leadership & service to our hometown made a lasting difference that can be seen everywhere & won’t be forgotten.  Mike’s life & inspiration will live on through the many lives he touched.
DARE Mishawaka said,
My heart is broken learning of Mike Faulkner’s passing. Mike was a great friend, role model, coach, father & husband! A man who loved SCM Schools & his community with all of his heart! May you Rest In Peace!! My thoughts and prayers are with Mike and his family!
SCM School said,
It is with incredible sadness that we announce the passing of our colleague, neighbor and friend, Mike Faulkner, Director of Operations. He loved SCM and the Mishawaka Community. He made a difference in the lives of everyone he met. Beef, you will be missed.
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