Mick Schauer Death, Obituary: Former Clutch Keyboardist Mick Schauer Has Died.
Mick Schauer Death – It is with the deepest sadness and shock that we have to report that Mick Schauer went to be with the Lord.
We found out about the recent death of Former Clutch Keyboardist, Mick Schaue Today. This was made known to us through the tributes posted on social media platforms by his brother Andrew and Clutch.
Andrew posted on social media on Sunday, writing
“Hi friends. I’m very sorry to share some tragic news – my brother, Mick Schauer, passed away last night in his sleep. Some of you may have known or seen that he had become ill recently, but I don’t think any of us could have seen this coming. We are devastated, and we’ll miss him very, very much.
There will be some kind of service later this week in College Park/Hyattsville area, and another in South Dakota soon after, presumably over the weekend. We’ll share any plans as soon as we have them figured out. Until then, please feel free to share photos, videos, and stories of Mick. He loved socializing and chatting with folks, so I’m sure this loss will be felt by many people who cared for him. For my part, thank you for being good friends to him and an important part of his life.”
We are saddened to hear the news of Mick Schauer’s passing. Mick was an incredible talent and he will be missed. His…
Posted by Clutch on Monday, 16 September 2019
If you don’t mind receive our most profound sympathy during this period.
Mick Schauer was a member of the Maryland band’s lineup from 2005 to 2008 and played on the group’s 2005 album, “Robot Hive/Exodus”, and 2007’s “From Beale Street To Oblivion
Mick Schauer’s playing can be heard on 2005’s Robot Hive/Exodus and 2007’s From Beale Street to Oblivion.
Praise the life of the deceased, leave a benevolent word for him. Companions, Family and Friends and family has spilled out their lament and sympathy to respect the passing ceaselessly of the expired.
RIP Mick Schauer