Michelle Haman Bio, Wiki
Michelle Haman is best known for being the wife of Andy Haman, an American professional bodybuilder and college wrestler from Iowa who is being reported to have died on March 20, 2021, according to his son. Haman was 54.
Andy Haman Background
The school’s website says, “Before he was a bodybuilder, Andy was a standout high school wrestler in the state of Iowa where he compiled 210 victories and a state championship. He went on to wrestle at the University of Iowa under collegiate and Olympic wrestling legend Dan Gable. While there, he was a National freestyle champion, Olympic sport Festival Champion, and World runner-up in wrestling as a Varsity team member of 4 National Championship Wrestling Teams.”
According to the school’s website, Haman’s favorite quotes are, “Be the reason someone smiles today,” and “Money is important but not as important as time.” He explained, “I have money, but no time left with my father. (I’d give up money for that.)”
Andy Haman is survived b his wife, Michelle Haman & Children
Andy Haman is survived by his wife, Michelle Haman, and their four children, Sam Haman, Daisy Haman, Ruby Haman, and Lucy Love Haman. The family was known for dressing up together as characters from the films “The Incredibles” and appearing at conventions, children’s hospitals, and charity events. Haman played up his “superhero persona” and would call himself “Mr. Incredible,” according to his social media posts.
His son, Sam Haman, followed in his footsteps and won the classic physique division competition at the 2018 Teen Nationals, according to Barbend.com. Ruby Haman also took after her father and competed in Olympic-level weightlifting.
Haman posted photos from a visit to a hospital where he appeared in his “Mr. Incredible” costume in 2015. He wrote on Facebook, “Giving away toys, smiles and hugs – Columbia hospital’ Got back in return Laughs, kisses, and love.”
Andy Haman Death & Cause
Andy died on March 20, 2021, according to his son. Haman was 54. Haman’s son, Samuel Haman, wrote on Instagram, “RIP: Anthony Joesph Haman/Dad/Mr. Incredible. We love you so much and you will be in our thoughts forever! No one was as a strong, kind, silly, goofball wonderful person as you.”
Samuel Haman added, “Don’t worry about mom and the girls I’ll take care of them, just the way you did and taught me. #crazyfunalways.” The elder Haman died in Colorado Springs, Colorado, where he and his family had lived for several years. Haman’s cause of death has not been made public.