Michael Louis Comeaux, Jr. death – obituary, cause of death : Michael Louis Comeaux, Jr. 25, has been pronounced dead. He died in a fatal car crash accident on December 18, 2020.
Michael was born on December 20, 1995. He was an exciting young man who gave his all and was committed to whatever he set his sights on whether it was school, work, sports, love, or just having fun. He was a people’s person and he showed love to both the young and old.
“Mikey” as he was fondly called was a graduate from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette in Mechanical Engineering and gain employment working as a mechanical engineer for Cleco at the Big Cajun II Power Plant in New Roads, La all thanks to his boss Randy Tassin. He was a selfless, loyal, and hardworking man and Mr. Randy Tassin loved that about him.
The 25 years old loved his own apartment his truck, motorcycle, dog, and girlfriend. He always dreamt of building a barndominium, marry, and have children. As a child, Mikey participated in many sports, like soccer, volleyball, tennis, and cross country. he continued playing volleyball and joined Brother Martin’s chorus, wrestling team, and NJROTC program. He was honored with the title of Rifle Team Commander in his fourth year and soon earned Expert Marksman, the highest award for a Rifle Team member.
He earned the (CYO Outstanding Member Award), truck forums, camping trips, and flags, for both the United States of America and the police force theses were some of the events that matter to him. On his 25th birthday, he signed up to be an organ donor, just so he could save lives and improving countless others.
He is survived by his parents Michael L Comeaux and Loren M Comeaux, his sisters Rae Elizabeth Comeaux and Christina Marie Comeaux, his niece Adeline Rae Karl, his grandmothers Corrine R Comeaux and Elaine S Muro, his godchild Lina Arden Ust, aunts, uncles, cousins, friends, and his love Sierra Harris.
The funeral will be held on Saturday, January 2, 2021 at St. Angela Merici Church in Metairie. The visitation will be from 10:00 AM until 12 noon. A funeral mass will follow at 12 noon. There will be a procession from St. Angela to Lake Lawn Metairie Funeral Home for the interment after the mass. In honor of Mikey’s casual and simple way of life, we ask everyone to please come in casual, but church appropriate, attire. Gentlemen, leave the ties at home. That is the only way he would want it. Rest in peace and fly high, boy. We love you!