Teal Mulvihill Obituary, Death – We are deeply saddened and devastated to inform you that Teal Mulvihill, a member of our U18 team, decided to end his life. Teal joined our squad when he was 12 years old and has played a significant role in the Warriors/U18s young team led by John (who wrote most of the following section of the piece).
In Teal’s honor, a fundraising campaign has been launched to assist the family with funeral expenses and lessen any financial strain. If you are able to, thanks. When Teal Samuel Mulvihill unexpectedly went away on January 4, 23, he was 18 years old, his younger brother, best friend, and most significantly, his mother, the late Trish Mulvihill.
Teal always had a smile on his face and would brighten any room he entered, despite the many difficulties he had to overcome in life. He was always the joker, the class clown, the dancer, and the singer. Above all, he was there for everyone at all times. Teal was the one who always made sure that everyone else had a shoulder to cry on, despite the fact that he dealt with his own mental health issues in quiet.
We have requested that all teams give Teal one minute of applause at their next games, and we are thinking of him and his family during this incredibly difficult time. Each training session and the game was filled with laughter, joy, and good times thanks to him. We have watched him develop from a boy into a young man. He had his challenges, but he was always courteous and respectful to all of his team members and coaching staff (apart from the continual banter/ribbing with Jona about his choice of the football team).
All of my children’s friends as well as my son’s greatest pal. He was like a second family member to my wife and me. Even though the squad disbanded at the start of the year, I still thought of all of my former players as “my boys” since coaches have a special link with their players. Fly High Teal Mulvihill, another Angel has been added to Heaven. “Once a Warrior, always a Warrior”: taken far too soon
With deep sorrow on behalf of the entire club, but especially John (Warriors/U18 young manager) and his staff.