HAYES, Matthew Conrad
Died 31st of January 2021
Matthew HAYES Death Notice.
HAYES, Matthew Conrad. On January 31, 2021 following a medical event while surfing, aged 43 years. Adored husband of Louise Small and cherished Super Dad of James and Edward. Beloved son of Helen and John Hayes and inspiring son in law of Christine and Malcolm Small. Much loved brother to Emily and Luis Cunha. Dynamic brother-in-law of Amy and Andrew, Katie and Sam. Awesome uncle to Neve and Corrin Cunha, Charlie and Evie Phillips, Mila and Ellie Tautuhi. Matt's family would like to sincerely thank all the emergency services and staff at Wellington Hospital A and E and ICU who were involved in his care.
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Matt has been privately cremated. A celebration of Matt's extraordinary life will be held at Wellesley College Hall, Marine Drive, Days Bay on Friday 5th February 2021 commencing at 3.30pm. Tributes to firstname.lastname@example.org Messages may be sent to "The Hayes Family", P.O Box 30 127, Lower Hutt 5040. "Forever Loved" Gee & Hickton Tel (04) 566 3103 www. geeandhickton.co.nz FDANZ
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Obituary originally published: The New Zealand Herald on 3rd of February 2021
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Gee & Hickton Funeral Directors
Phone: 04 566 3103
Address: Corner Cornwall Street and Knights Road, Lower Hutt, Wellington, New Zealand
We send our sympathies, Abbey
I didnt know Matt personally, but I was very aware of how much he did for his community. His loss has sent shockwaves way beyond those closest to him, which is testament in itself of how special a person he was. It is with my deepest condolences to Matt’s family that I write this message. You must all be incredibly proud to have called him yours.
Thinking of you all.
NB: the skate ramp dedicated to Matt’s memory would be cool.