Missing roofer and soon-to-be father of four found dead

On Tuesday, Miguel Cansimbe’s expecting wife posted an update to Facebook confirming her husband was found dead.

SAN ANTONIO — San Antonio police and loved ones of a roofer who disappeared on Friday confirmed he was found dead. Authorities say they are investigating Miguel “Mike” Cansimbe’s death as a suicide. 

“My sweet husband was found this morning and is deceased,” Cansimbe’s wife posted to Facebook Tuesday night. “I want to thank everyone that’s reached out and have shared my posts in an attempt to help get him home where he belongs.”

Jo Rodriguez-Cansimbe also created a GoFundMe to help cover funeral expenses and support the family during this difficult time.

Mike Cansimbe mysteriously vanished from work on Friday, leaving his pregnant wife worried sick. Jo previously told KENS 5 she spent Mother’s Day weekend searching the Spring Branch neighborhood for her husband, near where he was last seen. 

“I feel strong one moment, and the next I’m just beside myself,” she said Monday. “I’m in tears and it feels unreal.”

Mike was a soon-to-be father of four. Jo says her husband planned to door-knock in Spring Branch to offer roofing services.

“That morning, he was in the kitchen doing dishes and we were talking,” Jo said. “Just after 7 a.m., we both went downstairs and put the kids in the car. Our last in-person conversation was, ‘I want to spend more time with you.’”

According to her, Mike told his wife he expected to return home by 8 p.m. after a busy day of work. She said that wasn’t unusual. 

“I dropped one daughter off at day care and kept another one home because she wasn’t feeling well. I talked to him on the phone around 9:30 a.m., he said he had just arrived at his build. He asked how our daughter was feeling; I asked what his plans were and what time he was going to be home. He again said, ‘I am going to be home late.’”

Jo says she had dinner ready for Miguel. But he never came home.

“I tried calling him, texting him,” she said. “I reached out to his coworkers and when they said he didn’t show up for his morning meeting [on Saturday], that’s about the time I decided to file a missing persons’ report. We did drive around all weekend.”

Mike was last seen in his work vehicle, a white Subaru Forester.

“There’s no cell activity, no card activity,” said Jo. “That’s what really worries me; he hasn’t used his cards at all. I would just think within 72 hours he would have to stop for food or gas or something.”

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