Frank Wycheck Kids: Two Daughter With Wife Cherryn

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Frank Wycheck is survived by his two kids, Deanna and Madison, along with their spouses and grandchildren, Leo, Stevie, and August.

He passed away on Saturday at the age of 52, according to his family’s statement.

Former American Tight End Frank Wycheck
Former American Tight End Frank Wycheck (Source: Twitter)

Frank Wycheck is a former professional American football player who played as a tight end in the NFL.

Wycheck played for the Washington Redskins (1993–1994) and the Houston Oilers, Tennessee Oilers/Titans (1995–2003).

One of the most memorable moments in Wycheck’s career came during the 1999 NFL season in a playoff game against the Buffalo Bills.

In a play called the “Music City Miracle,” Wycheck threw a lateral pass across the field to Kevin Dyson, who then ran for a touchdown on a kickoff return. This play is considered one of the greatest moments in NFL history.

After retiring from professional football, Wycheck spent time in sports broadcasting and media.

Frank Wycheck Kids: Two Daughters With Wife Cherryn

The Pennsylvania-born athlete, Frank Wycheck, was in a marital union with Cherryn Krol. On February 18, 1995, Wycheck and Cherryn Krol exchanged their wedding vows.

They became parents to two children, both now married: Deanna (born on July 17, 1991) and Madison (born on January 29, 1997).

Cherryn, Wycheck’s former wife, distinguished herself by serving as a co-chair for numerous charity functions. The couple established the “Wycheck Harley Ride,” a charity event.

Frank Wycheck Hugs His Then-Wife, Cherryn Wycheck
Frank Wycheck Hugs His Then-Wife, Cherryn Wycheck (Source: The Tennessean)

Wycheck and Cherryn maintained their marital bond for over 14 years before officially divorcing on June 2, 2009. Despite the separation, they remained on good terms to support their children.

Additionally, he enjoyed spending time with his three grandchildren, Leo, Stevie, and August.

Frank Wycheck Died At 52

Wycheck passed away at the age of 52, as confirmed by his family in a statement shared by the Titans.

According to the family’s statement, Wycheck fell inside his Chattanooga, TN, home on Saturday morning, hitting his head.

His family will honor his wishes to collaborate with experts for CTE (chronic traumatic encephalopathy) research and ongoing brain injury (TBI) studies.

“The Wycheck family appreciates the love and support they’ve received but asks the public to please respect their privacy during this difficult time,” conveyed the family in their statement.

A member of the Titans’ Ring of Honor and the Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame, Wycheck made three Pro Bowl appearances from 1998 to 2000 and earned All-Pro honors in 2000.

Titans controlling owner Amy Adams Strunk expressed sorrow in a statement, saying, “We are all devastated to hear the news of Frank’s passing. He was loved by so many, and his memory will always be cherished.”

Wycheck, who played college football at Maryland, received a heartfelt remembrance from the Terrapins on social media.

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