In life, 25-year-old Eduardo Rivero was universally known as a stellar person. In death, his friends and family attested to that by showing up by the hundreds to honor Rivero, who died early Sunday morning when a SeaVee carrying him, Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez and another friend violently crashed into a jetty off South Beach. More than 350 people packed into a small funeral home on a busy Hialeah street Tuesday evening, cars spilling out into nearby shopping centers. Inside, elaborate wreaths and Rivero’s distraught family memorialized the young man. Friends repeatedly spoke of his charisma. He was the kind of person, said longtime friend Jon Montesino, “that you can’t say anything bad about.”
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