ST. GEORGE, UTAH — Matthew Sevald, 38, handed away after a brief sickness on Wednesday, Could 19, 2021, in St. George, Utah.
He was born November 9, 1982, in Detroit, to Paul Sevald and Eileen Alvarez.
Matt graduated from Catholic Central Excessive College in 2000. In highschool he loved being within the band the place he performed the trumpet.
After highschool he joined the Marines, the place he was deployed to Iraq. He was medically discharged attributable to an harm.
On June 1, 2006, in San Antonio, Texas, he married Eva Thomas. They later moved from San Antonio to Northville, Michigan. After the beginning of Peter they moved out to St. George, Utah, the place he was a dispatcher for the police division. He then determined to go to high school to be a nurse of which he labored at Dixie Regional Medical Middle till his latest sickness and passing.
Matt’s hobbies included capturing firearms, taking part in World of Warcraft, tabletop gaming, teaching his youngsters’s sports activities groups, and Belegarth Medieval Fight Society. He loved volunteering with Peter at Boy Scouts and attending Trinity Lutheran Church.
He’s preceded in demise by his loving spouse, Eva Marie, 16 months earlier.
He’s survived by his youngsters, Peter James (14), Lillian Marie (12), Charlotte Ruth (4), and Jonathan David (2); father Paul (Claudia) and mom, Eileen; brother, Andrew (Jennifer); sister, Claire; in-laws, Harold, Carol, and Donnie; sister-in-law, Kate (Darren); brothers-in-law, Andrew, Steven, and Bradley (Jayla); and lots of cousins, nieces, and nephews.
The household wish to thank the whole employees of Dixie Regional Medical Middle. All the mates who’ve rallied across the children, Trinity Lutheran Church and Academy, and the Serenity Funeral Residence.
In lieu of flowers, the household requests prayers for peace, acceptance, and for the grandparents to be the very best guardians doable for his or her youngsters in a approach which honors Eva and Matt and retains their reminiscence alive.
The Funeral Service – Thursday, Could 27, 2021, at 12:30 p.m. at Trinity Lutheran Church, 2260 Purple Cliffs Dr., in St. George, Utah. Army Rites will observe at Middleton Park throughout the road from the grandparents at 787 N 1700 E, St. George, UT.
Household and mates are invited to share tributes on-line at SerenityStG.com.
Preparations and memorial tree planting by Serenity Funeral Residence of Southern Utah, 986-9100.