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Matthew Joseph Trout

Fairfax, Virginia

Sep 15, 1970 – Nov 4, 2019 (Age 49)

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Matthew Joseph TroutSeptember 15, 1970 - November 4, 2019An adored father, husband, son, brother, uncle, and friend, Matthew Joseph Trout (age 49) was taken from us suddenly on Monday, November 4, 2019 at Inova Fairfax Hospital after emergency heart surgery. He was a light in this world and will...

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Greatest guy ever!
I was lucky to be able to work with Matt and Carly to find their home. It was a fun journey.
Condolences to the family.

I was lucky enough to go to middle and high school with Matt. We shared a love for baseball and baseball card collecting. Despite being a tough negotiator, he never had a cross word, was always positive, and fun to be around. Best wishes to the Trout family.

Dear ChiChi and family
So sorry to hear of the loss of your son, so young, so loved, so special. I lost my son 3 years ago
He,too, was 49. I truly feel your
Pain! Treasure your memories

Our condolences are with the Trout Family. You are in our prayers.

Gretchen, Jason the Trout family and friends, I am sorry to see the passing of your loved one. I know the sadness you feel. We always hold hope as our lives move forward we will try to live productive, proper, and meaningful lives. In his short time in this world he has done all that and more. My deepest sympathy.

Matt was a friend of our late son, Steve, on their Little League team, the Tigers. I remember the two of them had fun together, and Matt was given the nickname - "Squirmy Bean". Warm thoughts and prayers are offered to Chi Chi and the other members of the Trout family. Bill and Ev Luckenbaugh

Matt played with my son, Steve, on their Little League team - the Tigers - which I coached. I believe he was the shortest fella on the team, and Steve gave Matt the nickname - "Squirmy Bean". That was about 40 years ago, but still a good memory of a fine fella. We lost Steve in 1996, so heaven has reunited the two childhood buddies.

So sorry to hear about the passing of Matt. He will be missed by all that new him. You couldn't ask for a better brother, friend, father and husband. Will always remember the Oriole games we went to with his dad and brother George. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family and especially to Chi Chi.