Daryl “McAdoo” McMicheaux was born to the late Stanley McMicheaux Sr. and Helen McMicheaux on July 20, 1956 in Philadelphia, PA.
Daryl attended Olney High School in Philadelphia, and would later become an employee of Northeast Building Products where he worked for over 30 years, retiring in October of 2021.
Daryl became a father for the first time in 1974 to daughter Sutton Davidson, and again in 1979 to Quiana McMicheaux. In what could be called one of the purest forms of selflessness and a true testament to Daryl’s character would prevail, some years later as he would develop a fatherly bond with Kyle and Kendra Maxwell.
Daryl was a true Philadelphia 4 for 4 sports fan, with his favorite teams being the Eagles and 76ers. No matter if they were winning or losing, he loved his teams. He was a lover of classic western movies and old school R&B, often listening to songs by The Moments, his all-time favorite song “Love on a Two-Way Street.” A fierce competitor at EVERYTHING, Daryl regarded himself to be a Philadelphia playground legend in basketball. He played pinochle, and was an outstanding chess player.
Daryl was preceded in death by his siblings Edward McMicheaux and Linda Williams. As well as his grandchildren Chayim and Ayah.
Daryl leaves to embrace and cherish his memory: his daughters, Sutton Davidson and Quiana McMicheaux; loving companions, Kimberly Maxwell and Diane Jett; siblings, Valerie McMicheaux, Stanley McMicheaux Jr., Regina McMicheaux, Steven McMicheaux, Gonzalee McMicheaux, and Linette Fields; his grandchildren, Chasity, Jassaun, Journey, Chase, Imani and Hezekiah; his great-grandchildren Chayim, Pareese and Karmyn; and a host of nieces, nephews, family, loved ones and friends.
Daryl Mack lived his life on his terms and he chose to go home…ON HIS terms!!!
Submitted With Love,