Marine Veteran Killed on New Year's Eve Leaves Touching Facebook Post

Marine Veteran Killed on New Year's Eve Leaves Touching Facebook Post

January 05, 2016

A Marine veteran’s final Facebook post has gone viral after he was killed by an alleged drunk driver on New Year’s Eve. Military veteran, Matthew DeRemer, was riding his motorcycle in Largo, Florida when he was struck by the alleged drunk driver.

The 31 year-old veteran was pronounced dead at the scene.

As soon as the news of his death reached family and friends, they began sharing his haunting and poignant Facebook post which soon went viral.

You can read the Marine veteran's viral Facebook post below. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Matthew DeRemer's friends and loved ones. Thank you for sharing his touching final thoughts.

Last day of 2015!!!! For me I'll be meditating through all I do, on this entire year. I've lost, I've gained, family is...

Posted by Matthew DeRemer on Thursday, December 31, 2015

  Watch more in the report from FOX 13.

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February 22, 2016

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Rick
Rick

February 22, 2016

Rest in peace brother you will be missed

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