Millionaire Matchmaker's Trevor Jones and wife welcomed first child, daughter Finley, six months before his sudden death
MILLIONAIRE Matchmaker star Trevor Jones and his wife welcomed their first child, daughter Finley, six months before his sudden death.
A family friend told TMZ Trevor died on October 9 from a "sudden Vascular Ehlers Danlos Syndrome event."
On a GoFundMe page, Trevor's friend Adam Lander wrote: "[Trevor] lives on through his wife Cherrie, their 6-month-old beautiful baby Finley, his father Chris, and his sister Kaitlin…
"He accomplished so many amazing things in his life, but the two that made the greatest impact were marrying his best friend and greatest love, Cherrie, in April 2018 and the birth of his beautiful daughter, Finley, in March 2021.
"Trevor loved his two girls more than anything in the world and made it a point to make sure everyone knew, too.
"This fund has been set up by friends of the family. The money raised will be provided to Cherrie to help support their daughter, Finley."
Cherry later commented on the GoFundMe page: "Thank you so much for all the love and support you have shared during this difficult time.
"Trevor would have loved seeing this beautiful movement take place on his family’s behalf. He can rest easy knowing that his girls are taken care of thanks to all of you. Finley and I are so grateful and love you all so much."
Trevor was best known for his appearance on season 9 of the reality show Millionaire Matchmaker.
In the show, he went on a memorable date with The Hills star Stephanie Pratt.
While the TV star wasn't active on social media, fans did take to his Instagram's last post to pay their condolences, with one person writing, "RIP" alongside a heart emoji.
Aside from his time on the small screen, Trevor was also a successful entrepreneur, who even launched a company called Flex Watches.
The star's company was also featured on CNBC's reality show The Profit in 2016 and got partially acquired by investor Marcus Lemonis.
Marcus made them a deal at the end of the episode and ended up offering $400k for 40% of Flex Watches' equity.
He was originally inspired by his mother's charitable deeds to launch a watch company that would give back and would donate part of their sales to charity.
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