Mahlon Reyes, who labored as a deckhand on Discovery Channel‘s Deadliest Catch, has died at the age of 38.

The fact Television star’s wife Heather Sullivan verified he handed away in his hometown of Whitefish, Montana after he endured a heart assault on Saturday, July 25. Per TMZ, Reyes survived the attack and was transported to a nearby healthcare facility, but he never ever regained consciousness. A working day afterwards, the star was taken off of lifestyle aid even though surrounded by his loved ones. Ugh, how exceptionally sad…

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At this time, the Flathead County Sheriff’s Business claims Mahlon’s official bring about of death has not nevertheless been determined as they await official autopsy and toxicology outcomes — even though the star’s spouse informed the outlet he did not have any recognized pre-present health circumstances. That have to make his sudden passing truly feel even additional painful.

In the wake of her husband’s dying, Sullivan took to his Fb site and shared a concept with enthusiasts, which reads:

“Hello everyone this is Heather, we have a memory site for Mahlon, Permanently Chim ❤️ Send me a close friend ask for and I can get added Heather B. Sullivan ❤️ He touched so a lot of life and he is up there smiling and observing about my protector from the sky ❤️”

She has also said the actuality Tv set star has been cremated and his ashes will be unfold by some of his Deadliest Catch co-stars in the Bering Sea.

Nick McGlashan has because mourned the loss of life of his co-star and good friend in a pair of Twitter posts this week. In just one information, he wrote:

“Love you Mahlonn m v you are missed. RIP”

He also shared a separate photograph of the two with each other, expressing extra of his condolences:

In accordance to IMDB, Mahlon initial started showing up on the series back in 2012 and the deckhand quickly became a admirer favorite for his work on the Seabrooke and Cape Warning boats. He went on to appear in a overall of 14 episodes. He is survived by his wife Heather and his 4 youngsters.

R.I.P., Mahlon.

[Image via Mahlon Reyes/Facebook]