In a stroke of absolutely rotten fate in a two week period, Matt Reivitt was personally named in a press release sent out by the Vermont Attorney General about debt settlement service violations, and then died.
I struggled with how to report this bit of news I learned the other day. Part of the story I know is not confirmed so I can’t share that with you. All I can say is that his death was a senseless tragedy.
I never met Matt but death is never something to be celebrated. It’s always sad and I am sure it is sad for the Reivitt family. I don’t know quite what to say other than I am so sorry for your loss.
As it says in the online memorial notice:
Matt Reivitt, a husband, a father, a brother and a one of a kind. He loved basketball (especially the Nuggets), football (especially the Broncos) and teaching and motivating others.
He was a loving husband to his wife Berenice, to whom he credits for showing him patience and how to love. Matt impacted the lives of everyone he came in contact with.
For his friends and co-workers Matt was counselor and big brother. He would often go above and beyond to help those who needed him and shouldered the load of those who depended on him without complaint.
Through his drive for success, belief in himself and understanding of people, he transformed an entire industry and enhanced thousands of lives.
He gave his best, expected the best and drew the best out of those he cared for.
Matt only scratched the surface of the great things his abilities could accomplish. He will be forever missed and his life will be remembered through our memories of the times we shared with him. – Source
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