Evan Wexler Obituary (July) Zoo Keeper Car Enthusiast & Food Extaordinaire

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Evan Wexler Obituary – Death: Reports have it that Evan Wexler has died. The cause of death has not been learned. SNBC13.com Evan Wexler’s death According to the website, Bergen County Cars and Caffe reacted saying; “Evan, you will be sorely missed. You were much more than a comedic Lamborghini owner who lived life to the fullest with exotic pets and connoisseur of fine meats!

The Evan Wexler I’m privileged to have known was one of the most generous, giving, charitable people I’ve ever met. Your impact on the hundreds of underprivileged children will resonate for the rest of their lives. We can hope to pay it forward to fill your shoes. Race in Peace, Evan.”

More details on Evan Wexler death will be updated.

In September 2021, Jack Morphet made a post on NYPost about Evan “grabbing a gun after getting fed up with car thieves. “The eighteenth time that thieves attempted to steal the exotic sports cars owned by meat mogul Evan Wexler, he ran naked from his bed with a loaded semi-automatic rifle to his porch and fired warning shots at them. The thief ran away after being scared off by the gunfire. However, Wexler, who is 56 years old, has expressed his exasperation with the police, whom he claims are more concerned with his vigilantism than with apprehending the heinous car bandits who have been stealing from his collection of Ferraris, Lamborghinis, and Hummers for the past two years.

Thieves broke into his Mercedes G-Wagon that was parked in his driveway in Fort Lee, New Jersey, on Sunday night, according to footage captured by his home’s CCTV system. They were searching for the keys to his more expensive vehicles. According to Wexler, the thieves used the same mode of operation when they stole his rare Lamborghini Aventador SVJ Coupe worth more than a half a million dollars in August of last year. One week later, the Lamborghini, which at the time was one of only 10 in the United States, was discovered at an abandoned house in Newark with damage estimated to be worth $80,000.