Meechie Walker Death, Obituary – Recent news reports indicate that Dametrius “Meechie” Walker, a former outstanding high school football player who was a member of the honorary football team at the University of Michigan, has passed away. On Friday morning, the news was shared on a variety of social media platforms by Walker’s high school team, Muskegon. It was determined in November of the year 2020 that Walker had a rare form of bone cancer known as osteosarcoma. After he passes away, his mother, Leona Bell, and his son, Kymere, will carry on the traditions he established.
Walker dominated as a defensive end for Muskegon High School, which is located in the city of Muskegon in the state of Michigan. As a direct result of his play, a number of schools from the Mid-American Conference, including Kentucky and Michigan State, have shown interest in providing him with a scholarship. Even though he had accomplished a lot, he had one more thing he wanted to do, and that was to play football for the University of Michigan.
“It is with a heavy heart and great sadness that we share that Demetrius’ Meechie’ Walker has passed away after a courageous fight with osteosarcoma,” the team wrote. “It is with a heavy heart and great sadness that we share that Demetrius’ Meechie’ Walker has passed away.” We would like to express our deepest condolences to Demetrius’ Meechie’ Walker’s family and friends on the passing of this beloved member of our community. “I would like to express my gratitude to everyone for their support. During this trying time, I ask that you continue to keep his family in your thoughts and prayers and that you send them positive energy. Thank you so much for your consideration.