A 23-year-old woman from Jackson County, Michigan died suddenly of unknown causes.
“Sophia Maurin of DinVerno, Grass Lake, died unexpectedly on Tuesday, January 17, 2023 at the age of 23,” her obituary read.
Dinverno’s cause of death is still under investigation.
Sophia DiVerno was an avid athlete and dancer with a deep love for horseback riding. As a result of his enthusiasm, he became well known in the Michigan equestrian community as well as online.
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She is also known for her gaming videos on YouTube based on the Star Stable theme, where she goes by the name Violet Flowergarden. Currently, it has 178,000 subscribers.
Born in Coon Rapids, Minnesota, DiVerno took an early interest in performance art, beginning dance lessons at age 4, according to her obituary.
“Sophia was a joy to watch as a member of the Jackson Dance Company performing in annual recitals and competitions,” her obituary read.
DinVerno attended both Lumen Christi Catholic School and Jackson Preparatory and Preparatory College during his high school years, according to his obituary. As a Lumen Christi sophomore, she was the varsity runner for the girls’ cross country team. He also played for the American Youth Soccer Organization in Grass Lake and participated in several community 5K runs with his family.
Dinverno also had a special love of horses and became an accomplished young horsewoman, her obituary said. Along with her beloved horse Lola – aka “Better Than Boys” – she competed in numerous equestrian events throughout Michigan.
This passion for horses extends to the virtual world as well.
News of Dinverno’s death prompted an outpouring of grief and support from the Star Stable community.
On January 26 the Wild Hearts Gang – a group of Star Stable players – hosted a virtual “Memorial Ride” dedicated to Dinverno and drew dozens of players into the virtual world to pay their respects. A video of the digital gathering was posted on YouTube by the Meadow Riders sisterhood group.