Dayton native’s disdain for Hillary Clinton shines through in obit

Matthew Dargin McCormick’s obituary: vote for anyone but Clinton in 2016.

They say partisanism is never-ending.

Dayton native Matthew Dargin McCormick’s obituary proves that they have no idea what they are talking about.

A relatively tiny chunk of the Cincinnati businessman’s rather lengthy and impressive obituary reads like a political ad against Democrats.

“Matt was a staunch conservative Republican and a tireless patriot. He loved everything the US Navy Seals represent and what they do to protect our country. Matt expects all of us to vote for his close friend, Hamilton County Commissioner Chris Monzel. He also fully expects votes for Ohio Governor John Kasich, and for anyone opposing Hillary Clinton in 2016.”

The 44-year-old died unexpectedly Sept. 4.

His compete obituary is in today’s Dayton Daily News print edition.

A shorter version can be found by clicking here.

The 1988 graduate of Archbishop Alter High School had a notable life, for certain.

Consider this from this obit:

“Matt was a consummate professional businessman for 22 years, the last 11 years spent as Vice President, Principal, and Portfolio Manager at the prestigious investment advisory firm, Bahl & Gaynor Investment Counsel. He was a sought after speaker, and his investment commentaries were frequently ffeatured in the national business media. Matt regularly appeared on Bloomberg Television, CNBC, Fox Business News, Fox News, NPR, as well as in Reuters, USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, and many more.”

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