Matt Hintz

By Steve Woodward

Matthew Hintz appeared within the ranks of the Moore County Republican Party almost out of thin air, and during the past roughly two years he inspired many of us through his passion and deeply rooted convictions. Often, his passion was mistaken for rage but his friends knew better. Many most likely found their passions wanting by contrast. 

Matt rejoiced in his children and his marriage. When he came to realize that local public education was fraught with peril for young minds, he and Melissa chose to home-school their two boys of school age. He was deeply engaged in their homeschooling activities before earlier this year sending them off to a Christian school.

We worked together on a team that organized the Moore County School Choice Expo last May. By all accounts it was a resounding success, attracting both private and charter schooling advocates, and a steady stream of visitors from the community.

I will certainly miss Matt’s warmth and thoughtfulness. He was indeed a kind soul with a sharp wit and an unassuming presence though his intellect was substantial. In the face of hypocrisy and deceit, Matt was the first to stand up and speak up.

When Matt recognized that thousands of retired military veterans in our midst are unregistered voters, he wrote a powerful radio ad calling on them to fulfill a solemn duty and honor their oaths by voting.

Matt entered God’s eternal kingdom on November 23. We no longer can hear his voice, but let us vow to be his voice.

This broken world too often turns its back on the very individuals best equipped to heal it. Thus, how can we mourn too long when they leave us in search of peace? I pray that Matt is now immersed in peace.  

2 thoughts on “Matt Hintz”

  1. Steve,

    These were profoundly poignant words on behalf of our friend Matt Hintz, whom I gladly called brother Matt.

    He was an intelligent but complicated man who did not suffer fools, injustice or the extreme left in our midst. I know that he suffered greatly with back pain and the side effects of the painkillers he was prescribed. This might have lowered his ability to deal with the madness that people like us see so clearly but are often powerless to stop.

    May I forward your eulogy on to members of our Mises Club? I know they will agree completely with your very kind words.

    regards,

    Kent Misegades AeroSouth Technology LLC AeroSouth.net Seven Lakes, NC 910-568-2580 kent.misegades@gmail.com Join us on the Bible Bus! TTB.org

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