Michael Aulds, or “Dirty Mike” has died, according to a statement posted online on May. 16, 2020.
We learned of the deceased through the following tribute posted on social media.,
Yesterday, the Eta Chapter of Sigma Chi unfortunately lost one of our proudest brothers. Michael Aulds, or “Dirty Mike” as many call him, lived by a standard that all men strive to reach throughout a whole lifetime, and embodied it entirely at the young age of 21.
Michael was the definition of an individual, influencing and motivating those around him to be successful and never failing to do what was right. Planning on being our Magister for the fall, Michael exuded himself as a teacher and leader by his very nature.
He brought a positive, prominent energy to any room he was in, accompanied by a contagious laugh and persistent attitude. He was loyal, accountable, intelligent, interpersonal, and most of all, a great friend to anyone he encountered.
He was a proud believer in Christ and there is no doubt he is watching over us from Heaven with a huge grin across his face. He was a man who had excess potential to do great things in his future. We were blessed to have known him and learned from him. In Hoc, Michael – Love you brother. All Honor to Your Name.
Cause of Death.
We have no information at the moment on of caused death . This post will be updated as soon as we have that information.
The following are some tributes posted on social media to honor the life and the legacy of the deceased.
This young man, one of Archer City’s finest, tragically died in a car accident yesterday while traveling home from his Mississippi college town. Our community and the family of Michael Aulds Jr. is deeply grieving. Please pray for his loved ones. This article written about him last June is inspiring and bittersweet, but there is no doubt that Michael’s presence on this Earth will be felt for eternity, as is his life now in Heaven.
By Courtney Zeidnerintern Michael Aulds, from Archer City, Texas, is a sophomore finance major at Ole Miss who is making a visible difference in the Oxford community one lawn at a time. The young entrepreneur started mowing lawns when he was 7-years-old and began his own business, Di…