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Clotherie CEO dies while swimming in Maui

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PHOENIX (KSAZ) - The CEO of a men's clothing store at Biltmore Fashion Park is being remembered as a family man and friend who touched many lives.

The 60-year-old Scottsdale Man died over the weekend after having trouble swimming in Hawaii.

Greg Eveloff is known and loved by many of his customers and friends at the Clotherie store at the Biltmore.

In his store the clothes are high quality, finely made dress shirts can cost $250, Italian hand-crafted suits run $4,000. The CEO and owner of a high-end store called Clotherie knew men's clothes, knew fit, and knew service.

"The thing about Greg is he was filled with so much kindness, it was unusual how kind he was," said Tom Allen.

Eveloff has owned the high-end men's clothing store for the past eight years. But he started as an employee many years earlier and worked his way up.

The high-end store has clients including the Phoenix Suns, their announcers, and many high-powered men in the community.

the 60 year-old was also known for finding innovative ways to give back. 

Twice a year the Clotherie would give a significant discount to men who brought in their old suits to give to the store.

"All those things we collected were given to the Boys & Girls Club to pass along to someone who used them for a job interview or something like that. So that was Gregs brainchild from the start, and you wouldn't believe the number of garments we collected," said Allen.
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