The Tragic Death Of Millionaire Matchmaker Star Trevor Jones

Trevor Jones, contestant on "Millionaire Matchmaker," died at the age of 34 on October 9, the New York Post reported. Prior to his death, Jones also appeared on CNBC's "The Profit" where his business was offered a capital investment.

Jones' death was announced by the reality star's family on GoFundMe. "Trevor Christopher Jones left this world unexpectedly on October 9, 2021 from a sudden Vascular Ehlers Danlos Syndrome event," they wrote on the page. "He lives on through his wife Cherrie, their 6-month-old beautiful baby Finley, his father Chris, and his sister Kaitlin." According to the New York Post, the "event" Jones died from is a "tissue-weakening disorder that can cause major blood vessels to spontaneously rupture."

His family went on to detail how special of a person he was. "Trevor was the type of person that left a footprint in the world without even trying," they wrote on the GoFundMe. "He was sincere, generous, funny, and always tried to give back. Trevor had a gift where he could make anyone smile, laugh, or feel comfortable with just a look or a few words." In light of Jones' death, let's take a look at how he impressed viewers during his short stints on reality television.

Trevor Jones was in a relationship with another reality star

Trevor Jones was perhaps best known for being on Season 8 of "Millionaire Matchmaker," where he went on a date with Stephanie Pratt of "The Hills" fame. The two reportedly dated, but Jones ended up marrying Cherrie, per Independent. However, Jones did make a lasting impression on host Patti Stanger, who remembered him fondly.

"We're devastated over here. He was the most gorgeous, sweetest, normalest, nicest person," Stanger told the New York Post. "I remember saying to him, 'Can I clone you?' We're all in shock. Only the good die young. He was one of the nicest guys." In fact, Stanger was so impressed with Jones that she told Pratt he was the one for her. As of this writing, Pratt has not commented on Jones' death.

Aside from his brief stints on television, Jones is also the co-founder of Flex Watches. The company specializes in watches with interchangeable faces and charitable sales. Our condolences go out to his family and friends.