Windell D. Middlebrooks, the Miller High Life delivery man, died at the relatively youthful age of 36. His family’s sorrow knows no bounds.
A star has sunk in the heaven of show business. Windell Middlebrooks has passed away leaving family and friends bereft of his loving presence. He was only 36 years old and thus left this world in the prime of his adulthood years. The cause of death remains a mystery.
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A Black American, Windell Middlebrooks’ final wish was not to be displayed before the social media of the times. His family posted a note on his Facebook page requesting that space be given to them so that they may grieve his loss.
They said that he took his last bow on March 9th and exited the world stage in an honorable way. The wonderful star had played roles in Body of Proof, Scrubs and It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.
A twitter message from his fans and Miller High Life stated that it was a case of lifting the beer glass high for a final toast to Windell. A picture of Windell standing with his arms outspread before a beer delivery bus can be seen on the page.
And Debby Ryan also wrote on Twitter that “rest in peace” and she furthermore spoke of how he was a source of light for them all and they really loved him.
rest in peace Windell Middlebrooks, our “Kirby”. you were a light to the entire Suite Life crew and cast and we’ll forever love you.— DΞΒΒΥ RΥΛΝ (@DebbyRyan) March 10, 2015
His costar Dylan Sprouse said on Instagram that it was nice knowing him and that he was a bundle of joy and they’d spent some good times of fun and laughter together. He called him big guy and posted a pic of Windell’s bobblehead figurine.
Windell was the Miller High Life beer delivery man on television. He was known for his expansive and extroverted manner and was always smiling or laughing. His levity and lighthearted attitude earned him the praise of several fans.
His family has said that the grief is simply too much for them. It is very tragic that he passed away leaving friends, family and fans in a state of shock. His carefree mien was contagious and the man simply spread happiness and joy wherever he went.
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His roles that he played on television were always entertaining and he had built quite a fan base thanks to his superb and expert acting skills. May he rest in peace and may his soul find succour in heaven.