Matthew Naudi died – How did Matthew Naudi die ? Tributes started pour on social media

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Matthew Naudi, a much-loved prefect and educator at St. Aloysius College. Matthew was a talented young man who had a bright future ahead of him. He was tragically killed in an accidental incident at his home town in Malta.

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How did Matthew Naudi die ?

We are saddened to report that Matthew Naudi, Founder and Director at Whiz Team Adventure, passed away this morning at 11:00. He had been in the hospital for several days, fighting for his life after an incident that many described as unjust. Upon hearing the news, those who knew and loved him took to social media to share their condolences. One person wrote, “Matthew was one of a kind. He was always full of energy and had a smile on his face. He will be truly missed.” Another said, “He was an amazing father, husband, and friend. We will all miss him dearly.”

Who was matthew Naudi

Matthew Naudi was a kind and compassionate man who blessed the lives of everyone he met. A prefect at St. Aloysius College, Matthew was also an educator and division prefect for the last eight years. He was passionate about sports, education, inclusion, and adventure, and was always willing to lend a helping hand. He believed that hope could be renewed against despair and that courage could be found in the face of fear. Matthew was a good friend and support system to everyone he knew, and his death has left a profound impact on the lives of those he touched. Social media is filled with stories of how Matthew impacted the lives of others, and his memory will continue to live on in the hearts of all who knew him.

Funeral of Matthew announced by brother John matthew on Facebook

The funeral will be held on Wednesday 23rd September at the Rotunda of Mosta at 2PM. Dress code is smart casual and NO black, as this is what Matthëw would’ve wanted :) Thanks

Tribute pour to Matthew death

People stared sharing their tributes on Social Media .

Godfrey grima wrote

I can’t believe I am writing this post Matthëw Naudi ! How cruel life can be. You taught me loads of things especially positivity, to chill, to calm down, to be patient. Nearly 1/3 of my lessons at St Aloysius had your support to help all students when needed. Lots of memories Festa Alwigi, Sac Fest, Italia Si, Mssf tournaments, long walks together, long online chats during covid, whiz adventure, Gozo days, weekends, watching Euro and world cup together! No more pain my dear friend! Say hi to Paul Borg now you can watch world cup together!!

One wrote

Rest in peace Matthëw Naudi , you were a great friend, an inspiring role model and a wonderful human being. Thank you for all the help that you gave and for being such an exemplary person. Though you’re no longer with us, your memories won’t ever fade away.

I won’t say goodbye for I know we’ll get to meet again. Look over us from up top until our next meeting. Forever in our hearts ❤️ ❤️

Another wrote

Rest In Peace dear Matthëw Naudi. I was lucky enough to work with you both at school and Whiz. Thanks for all the positivity you shared which was always contagious, thanks for helping me out with students, with my studies (even when I felt like giving up), reminding me to keep positive during tough times and thanks for allowing me to be part of your ”baby” Whiz. We are a great team and together we will continue your legacy. You will be missed my friend but never forgotten

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