Paul McMullen Death -Dead – Obituary – Cause of Death :1996 U.S. Olympian Paul McMullen has Died.
Death Notice for Today March 5. 2021
1996 U.S. Olympian Paul McMullen has died , according to the following statements posted on social media on March 5. 2021.
Cadillac News 3h · Cadillac native, 1996 U.S. Olympian Paul McMullen died in a tragic ski accident Thursday at Caberfae Peaks. McMullen leaves behind a wife, Nuria, and children. More information will be posted as this story develops.
Devastating. I am stunned and deeply saddened. This is truly an incredible loss to this community and humanity. One of the great ones. My family and I are blessed to have known him, and our hearts go out to his family.
He was a force…a real life super hero. I’m so glad I got to know him.
I’m just in shock after hearing this last night. My kids ran with him for years and there were a lot of tears from them (and us) last night and today. He was larger than life – a real life super hero.
A true gentleman filled with kindness and joy. I’m from Knoxville, TN – We became friends during the many rendezvous we would have at National Track meets. My son and I loved him! Prayers a condolences to his beautiful family!
May be an image of 3 people and people standing
I’m so sorry for the loss of your teammate. Paul seemed like an incredible person!
Kim King Plummer
Paul will live on through young lives He influenced through his coaching . Thank you Paul for making a difference in so many ways💙
I grewup with Paul in Cadillac. My husband was a dominant racer in Cadillac as well and passed unexpectedly 8yrs ago the 12th. We have lost so many Cadillac students at young ages.
This is very devastating to hear.
Chad please welcome Paul into the never ending valley of paradise. Just wait a few days before you start competing again!
We love & miss you both!
My prayers and deepest condolences goes out to his family, the Cadillac community, friends, and all who knew him.
Thankful for everything Paul has done for my daughter through Chariots of Fire. We will forever be grateful.