Michael Tyrone Threadgill
Michael Tyrone Threadgill, a beloved member of the Denver community, passed away on June 17, 2023, in Denver, Colorado. He was born on November 23, 1987, in North Providence, Rhode Island. Throughout his life, Michael brought joy to those around him with his vibrant personality and diverse interests.
Growing up in a small suburb called Montbello in Denver, Colorado, Michael attended Montbello High School. It was during this time that he discovered his talent and passion for wrestling. Throughout his high school career, he showcased his determination and dedication to the sport. Wrestling became an integral part of Michael's life and contributed greatly to his personal growth.
After graduating from high school, Michael pursued higher education at the University of Colorado in Greeley. During his time at the university, he displayed exemplary academic skills and earned a double major along with a minor. He graduated with degrees in Journalism and Philosophy while also obtaining a minor in Africana Studies. In addition to his academic achievements, Michael continued his wrestling journey at the university for an impressive three years.
However, it was Michael's creative pursuits that truly set him apart. He possessed an immense love for reading and writing. In fact, he had already embarked on an ambitious project - a series of Christian-based fiction titled "The Eternity Saga: The Will of Destruction." This allegorical work explored the concept of self-reliance versus yielding to a higher power. Michael had published the first book in the series and was excited about continuing the saga with more installments.
Alongside writing, Michael had another artistic endeavor - drawing. His passion for drawing Anime characters and superheroes from Marvel and DC Comics was infectious. Among all characters, The Hulk held a special place in his heart. Furthermore, he dedicated countless hours to cosplay and attended numerous Comicon events where he could fully immerse himself in his favorite fandoms.
Outside of his creative pursuits, Michael worked as a Host at TGI Fridays. Through his warm and welcoming personality, he brought joy to both coworkers and guests alike. His dedication to his work and his ability to create a positive atmosphere will be deeply missed.I
Michael will forever be remembered for his love of wrestling, collecting action figures from Marvel and DC Comics, Anime cosplay adventures, and his infectious laughter. His genuine spirit touched the lives of many individuals throughout Denver and beyond. May his soul rest in eternal peace.
Michael was cherished by his family and friends. He is survived by his loving brother, Darrell Jerome Parker Wright, and sister, Dawnisha Michelle Ashley. He showered affection on his nieces Dashanae' Dawnita Wright and Olivia Elisa Schwahn-Wright, as well as his nephews Tyrus DeArus Ashley, Tejaun Xakai Ashley, Elijah Jarre Nabors-Wright, and Aiden Jacob Wright. Michael was an integral part of their lives, always there to support and encourage them. Additionally, he leaves behind a vast network of aunts, uncles, cousins, and many friends who were fortunate enough to experience his warmth and kindness.