Kaitlyn Bristowe’s bachelorette contestant of the season Clint Arlis has died at age 34. Her high school coach shared the news on Wednesday.
Clint Arlis, a contestant on Kaitlyn Bristowe’s season The Bachelorette, died at age 34. A family friend confirmed the news Wednesday that the Batavia, Illinois, native had died.
Clint is best remembered for befriending JJ during Kaitlyn’s time and being one of the first villains. She was eliminated in week 3. Her death follows other notable deaths of Bachelorette contestants, including Tyler Gwozdz during Hannah Brown and Eric Hill, who competed during Andi Dorfman’s time and died in a paragliding accident before his filming season began. Although Clint’s time was cut short on the show, he took advantage of his experience.
His high school coach, Scott Bayer, writes in Twitter on Wednesday, “With a heavy heart and a sense of deep loss we announce the death of one of the greats of the Batavia Wrestling Program, 2005 graduate, Clint Arlis.” Bayer added, “He’s a talented actor with a sharp intellect, a sardonic sense of humor and visible authenticity.” Nick Viall, who struggled during Kaitlyn’s time and finished as runner-up, WRITES, “I recently heard about the death of Clint Arlis. I had the opportunity to get to know Clint after our time at Kaitlyns and I always enjoyed the time and conversation. He was a kind, wonderful, and talented man. taken from the world. too far away. RIP Clint “.
The University of Illinois Wrestling team tweet, “We are deeply saddened to hear of the death of former Illini wrestler Clint Arlis.” Clint said in his ABC bio before Kaitlyn’s time that his favorite movies Tommy Boy, Good Will Hunting and Gladiator. He also mentioned that if he could be anyone one day it would be Chuck Norris and said that his father was someone he looked up to because of his creativity, work ethic and creativity.
Clint, who graduated from Illinois with a dual master’s degree in civil engineering and architecture, is a project manager that he seems open to working with. He writes in his bio that he is a “Houston transplant with nine years of experience in the Chicago building market is looking for a position in Houston or Austin. Managed preconstruction and construction phases on several multi-million dollar projects across various building typologies such as a project manager. ” He said he was developing a “patent-pending guitar-playing device” and is involved in 3-D printing and design.
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