A father was suspected of killing his two young sons early Tuesday – including an 11-year-old who was regularly the batboy for the No. 10-ranked University of Florida baseball team – then killing himself before setting on fire his family’s waterfront vacation home in nearby Cross City, authorities said. The Dixie County Sheriff’s Office was still at the scene of the burned luxury home Tuesday along the shore of the Suwannee River in western Florida, spokeswoman Shannon Valentine said. She confirmed the deaths and said later Tuesday that the case had been turned over to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement. Paul Otto Reinhart, 46, of Gainesville had recently lost his job as president at Reinhart Medical LLC, a medical device sales company, and was in the early stages of a divorce from his wife, Mindee Prince Reinhart, 42, also of Gainesville, according to friends of the couple. Minde Reinhart was listed on corporation records as vice president for the company. The children were Brody, 11, and Rex, 14, both avid youth baseball players. The family was friends with Florida Coach Kevin “Sully” O’Sullivan, and Brody was regularly the batboy at Florida home games, friends said. The University Athletic Association declined to immediately comment. Authorities: Father Suspected Of Killing Two Young Sons, Including UF Batboy, Self Then Burning Vacation Home - WUFT News What a tragedy. I can’t imagine how the mother of this family is feeling.