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Millionaire Matchmaker’s Trevor Jones dead at 34 after ‘sudden’ health crisis


Millionaire Matchmaker’s Trevor Jones dead at 34 after ‘sudden’ health crisis lead to a spontaneous blood vessel rupture


Businessman Trevor Jones has died at age 34.

The entrepreneur/reality player – who appeared on Bravo’s Millionaire Matchmaker CNBC’s The Profit – passed away on October 9th from a ‘sudden Vascular Ehlers Danlos Syndrome event,’ according to a friend who spoke to TMZ.

Syndrome is a genetic disorder that weakens connective tissue and can lead to spontaneous rupture of major blood vessels. 

RIP: Businessman and sometimes reality TV player Trevor Jones has died at age 34

A GoFundMe for Jones’ family describes Trevor as ‘the type of person that left a footprint in the world without even trying.’ 

‘He was sincere, generous, funny, and always tried to give back,’ it went on. ‘Trevor had a gift where he could make anyone smile, laugh, or feel comfortable with just a look or a few words.’

As of Tuesday the campaign had taken in $112,894 of its $50,000 goal.

Jones appeared on Patti Stanger’s Bravo dating reality show Millionaire Matchmaker in 2018.

On the show she tried setting up people with seven-figure incomes with their match.

Jones was there are the brains behind a company called Flex Watches, which donated a portion of its profits to a range of different charities.

Blind date: Jones appeared on Millionaire Matchmaker in 2015, where he was set up with The Hills' Stephanie Pratt

Blind date: Jones appeared on Millionaire Matchmaker in 2015, where he was set up with The Hills’ Stephanie Pratt

Pitch session: He and his business partner later appeared on the CNBC business show The Profit, where they convinced investor Marcus Lemonis to take a stake in their company Flex Watches

Pitch session: He and his business partner later appeared on the CNBC business show The Profit, where they convinced investor Marcus Lemonis to take a stake in their company Flex Watches

Patti linked Trevor up for a date with The Hills’ Stephanie Pratt and while the pair appeared to have chemistry, the relationship didn’t go far.

Jones went on to wed wife Cherrie in April 2018. They welcomed daughter Finley this past March.

He and his business partner later appeared on the CNBC business show The Profit, where they convinced investor Marcus Lemonis to take a stake in their company Flex Watches.

Flex Watches agreed to Lemonis’ offer of $400k for 40% of equity. The show also helped the brand make a name for itself.

Survived by: Jones is survived by wife Cherrie (above) and young daughter Finley

Survived by: Jones is survived by wife Cherrie (above) and young daughter Finley

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