Mahlon Reyes , who worked well as a deckhand on Discovery Channel ‘ s  Deadliest Catch , has passed away at the age of 38.

The reality TV star’ ersus wife  Heather Sullivan confirmed he or she passed away  in  their hometown of Whitefish, Montana after  he suffered cardiovascular attack on Saturday, This summer 25. Per TMZ , Reyes made it the attack and has been transported to a nearby medical center, but he never obtained consciousness. A day later, the particular star was taken off associated with life support while encircled by his loved ones. Hmm, how incredibly sad…

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At this time, the Flathead County Sheriff’ s Office says Mahlon’ s standard cause of death has not however been determined as they watch for official autopsy and toxicology results — though the star’ s wife told it he did not have any kind of known pre-existing health conditions. That have to make his sudden moving feel even more painful.

In the wake associated with her husband’ s loss of life, Sullivan took to his Facebook page and shared the message along with fans, which reads:

“ Hello everyone this is Heather, we have a memory web page for Mahlon, Forever Chim ❤ ️ Send us a friend request and I could possibly get added Heather B. Sullivan ❤ ️ He handled so many lives and he increased there smiling and viewing over my protector from your sky ❤ ️ ”

She gets also stated the reality TELEVISION star has been cremated great ashes will be spread simply by some of his Deadliest Catch co-stars in the Bering Ocean.

Chip McGlashan   offers since mourned the passing away of his co-star plus friend in a pair of Twitter posts this week. In one information, he wrote:

“ Really like you Mahlonn m sixth is v you’ re missed. RIP”

He or she also shared a separate photograph of the two together, articulating more of his condolences:

According to IMDB ,   Mahlon first began showing up on the series back in this year and the deckhand quickly grew to become a fan favorite meant for his work on the Seabrooke and Cape Caution vessels. He went on to  come in a total of 14 shows. He is survived by their wife Heather and his 4 children.

R. I. P., Mahlon.