Mathias Peter Hunoval

June 18, 1941 - June 25, 2023
Mathias Peter Hunoval

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Mathias Peter Hunoval (Matt), 82, of Wilmington, NC passed away on June 25, 2023.

He was a graduate of Lehigh University and Duke University School of Law and he enjoyed following his beloved Duke basketball team every year.  He was an accomplished attorney that practiced in both Wilmington & Greensboro, NC.  A lifelong dream of his was to live on the water in the Caribbean and he accomplished this immediately after his retirement and moved to San Pedro, Belize.

He is survived by his sons Robert Kennon Hunoval of Wilmington, NC and Mathias Hancock Hunoval and wife Christi of Charlotte, NC and his grandchildren Holland Grace & Hank Hunoval.

At this time no services are planned at this time.

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  • September 26, 2023
    Linda Stewart says:
    Matt and Rob, I just saw that Matt passed away earlier this year, I am so so sorry! He was one of the best attorneys that I have ever worked for. He always did a great job for his clients. I have often wondered how he was doing since moving to Belize. Again, my thoughts and prayers are with you all.

  • September 01, 2023
    George J Benson says:
    It's saddening to learn of the death of my Law School classmate Matt Hunoval, with whom I became quite friendly when he transferred into Duke after our 1st year, notwithstanding his being a grad of Lehigh, hated archrival of my undergrad alma mater Lafayette in the longest (and one of the bitterest) of all NCAA Football rivalries. Both of us hailed from nearby towns in NJ and had shared many common experiences. Following graduation, I returned to NJ to pursue my profession; whereas Matt found his way to Wilmington for that purpose, despite his father being prominent in the NJ legal community. I regret having lost contact with him and remember him as a good fellow well met, which is hopefully conveyed to his children and grandchildren.