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IN People ON 15 Jan, 2016
You never know what's gonna happen next. Matthew DeRemer was hopeful of entering this New Year with a blast. He wanted to accomplish his dreams and resolutions but unfortunately he lost his life on New Year eve.
The man with a positive outlook for life died in a horrible motor cycle accident. His last inspiring Facebook post is going viral on internet.
The post reads "Last day of 2015!!!! For me, I'll be meditating through all I do, on this entire year. I've lost, I've gained, the family is closer and tougher than ever before, loved ones lost, and new friends found. There has been many times where I've been found me on my knees in prayer for hours (relentless) and other times leading a group of people in prayer, my faith (that I love to share) is an everyday awakening (to me) that people, lives, and circumstances can change for the better OVER TIME. I look back at 2015's huge challenges that I've overcome, shared with others, and have once again found myself... To say thank you and BRING ON 2016, many works to be done. And, I don't know where I'll end up tonight but I do know where I wind up is where I'm meant to be."
Matthew's friends are touched by his heartwarming post.
Matthew was working as a shipboard soldier in Iraq and was just offered a job in the medical field. He was also the member of Christian Motorcycle club.
Police explained, "Matthew was hit by 59-year-old Steven Clarke, who was drunk and behind the wheel when he failed to yield and crashed into the 31-year-old veteran's motorcycle. Matthew died at the scene."
According to the police investigation, Clarke was drunk at the time of the accident. He was later imprisoned in the Pinellas County jail.
Matthew's friends assembled on Sunday to recollect his memories.
His inspiring message will surely make a change in the outlook of people. Please share this motivating message with your friends and family.
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