Detroit deli owner Greg Mudge died of heart disease, medical examiner says

September 09, 2021, 2:36 PM


Mudgie's deli owner Greg Mudge died of hypertensive and arteriosclerosis cardiovascular disease and pulmonary hypertension — or heart problems caused by high blood pressure — the Oakland County Medical Examiner's Office tells Deadline Detroit.

Mudge, who lived in Ferndale, died early Sunday at 46 years old. He'd recently had a good health check-up and was planning a camping vacation with his wife Liza Pulgini, his mother told The Detroit News.

Memorial and funeral details are not yet known. The restaurant is temporarily closed.

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