Matthew Samuel Throop
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MATTHEW SAMUEL THROOP
April 27, 1973 ˜ May 11, 2020

Matthew Samuel Throop passed away at his home on May 11, 2020, at age 47. He was born April 27, 1973 and grew up in Vancouver, WA. Matthew graduated from Vancouver’s Mountain View High School, Clark College, WSU-Vancouver with a degree in Psychology, with honors, then ultimately law school at the University of the District of Columbia in Washington DC.
Matthew moved to Richmond, Virginia, where he started and practiced his successful law firm, Throop Law, which he continued to expand until his early passing.
He is survived by his father, George; two brothers, George and Ryan; his stepmother, Debbie; his stepsister, Jennie; three nephews; a niece; and many friends.
His mother, Barbara, died in 1985.
Matthew will be dearly remembered and missed by all family and friends.
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Published in The Columbian on Jun. 28, 2020.
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July 7, 2020
You were easily the most frustrating and my most favorite person on Earth. I thank you for all of the love, warm meals, and witty words exchanged between us. You taught me so much, that I could never forget you. I love you in this moment and most of them before.
My condolences to anyone who feels even close to the way I do.
Tasia Hardy
Friend
July 2, 2020
Matthew taugh me a lesson that I should have already know. Thank you, Matthew. Love from Brazil.
Josiane
June 29, 2020
So sorry to hear of Matt's passing. We both went to UDC and then both ended up in the same small town in Virginia. He was always a funny guy and fun to hang out with and talk about poker. He will be missed!
Crystal Robens
Friend
June 29, 2020
I became acquainted with Matt when he had his local independent moving company here in Clark County, Washington. He was a go-getter and I remember his telling me he was going to go to law school. We lost contact after that. I was his attorney and I assisted him with any issues that arose with customers. I dont recall if I provided any other legal services for him. I am on vacation and saw his obituary in the e-version of the Columbian. I am sad to hear of his passing. Way too young. I enjoyed talking with Matt and knew he would succeed in all his endeavors. My condolences to the family.
Sam Gunn
Friend
June 29, 2020
Couldnt have grown up next door to a nicer family. So sorry you were taken so soon. Give your mom a big hug from the Malones.
Brandon Malone
Friend
June 28, 2020
Matthew you will be missed so very much. I will never forget the first time I ever saw you. You brought so much joy to our family. Love you always Matt. Love from your Auntie Jane...
Eva J. Moore (Throop)
Family
June 28, 2020
So hard to believe that Matt has passed. I watched you grow up into a wonderful and thoughtful person. Hope you tell your mom Barbara we miss her as well. Sympathy and prayers of love to the family.
vickie white (johnson)
June 28, 2020
Matt,
I'm so heartbroken to hear the news you had passed. We just talked a few months ago..I miss you so dearly. Rest in peace, I will always love you❤ Erice
Erice ISEGER
Friend
June 28, 2020
Matt,
I'm so heartbroken to hear the news you had passed. We just talked a few months ago..I miss you so dearly. Rest in peace, I will always love you❤ Erice
Erice ISEGER
June 28, 2020
Matthew was always so thoughtful and kind. We will always remember him and his family as he grew up with ours. Our sincere condolences from the Kanooths.
Tom Kanooth
Friend
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