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Michael S. Archambault

September 14, 1968 February 14, 2021
Michael S. Archambault
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Obituary for Michael S. Archambault

Michael, or as he preferred, Mykul, Scott Archambault II, age 52, of Hazel Park, formerly of Caseville, Royal Oak and Fraser, died February 14, 2021, after a month long bout with brain cancer. He was born September 14, 1968 in Orange, California.

Beloved father of Ryan, 16, Red, 15 and substitute father to nephews Jason Roszczewski, 18, and Ryder Archambault, 13. He is survived by his parents, Mary and Lawrence Kennedy; grandmother, Irene Kennedy; sisters, Eddie (Thomas) Strek, Suzie Patrick, Rachel (Aaron) Ranger; sister-in-law, Dannie Roszczewski; brothers, Charles aka K.C. Kennedy, Pete (Tracy) Archambault and Paul Archambault; nephews, Dylan, Jason, Ryder, Kaden, Ethan, Matthew, Elijah and Connor; nieces, Alisson, Codie, Brittany, Skye, Teagan, Jade, Josie, Emily, Brooke and Mikayla; great-uncle to Hunter, Killian, Nini, Theo, Amelia and Elizabeth; special friend to his ex-wife, Tanya Archambault; many beloved aunts, uncles and cousins, especially Deb, whom he called his “Saint”. Mykul was preceded in death by his father, Michael Archambault, brother, Joseph Archambault and grandparents, Madge and Norbert Majszak, Helen and Warren Archambault and Charles Kennedy.

Mykul was a whiz at computers and held multiple certifications in technological programs such as Google and Microsoft, holding various positions as Development Systems Administrator, Senior Hardware Technician, Technical Service Coordinator, and Operations Manager. He was also a self-taught master at 3d printing.

Prior to his involvement with computer technology, he served in the U.S. Marine Corps and worked as a Preschool teacher focusing on early childhood development. Always expanding his knowledge base, within the past year he found he had extraordinary talent in troubleshooting and repairing small engines.

Mykul had a brilliant mind and was the “go to” person for many people and companies. His knowledge was indescribable. If he didn’t know the answer he found it or created it. His dark sense of humor, his determination and his wise responses, (“Did you try turning off the computer first?”) will be profoundly felt by those whose lives he has touched.

His most important and proudest accomplishment, however, was raising his ‘four’ children. Whenever he was not sharing time with them or co-teaching the Hazel Park Junior High Robotics Club, his passions were reading and playing guitar.

A celebration of his life will be held later in the year when it is safe to gather. Please email using the subject line, “Mykul” to be updated on the celebration date.

If you would like to make a donation to help Mykul’s family, please go to and search for ‘Help Mykul Archambault and His Family’


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