Dan Kay, a hopeful on “Survivor: Gabon,” kicked the bucket out of the blue on Saturday. He was 40.
Long-lasting “Survivor” have Jeff Probst shared the news by means of Twitter on Tuesday, keeping in touch with: “I simply heard the extremely tragic news about the sudden loss of Dan Kay of Survivor: Gabon. The Survivor family sends our affection to Dan’s family.”
Kay, of Brookline, New Hampshire, showed up on the seventeenth period of the hit CBS reality rivalry, which was won by secondary school material science educator Robert “Sway” Crowley in December 2008.
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I simply heard the exceptionally miserable news about the sudden loss of Dan Kay of Survivor: Gabon. The Survivor family sends our adoration to Dan’s family.
As indicated by his eulogy on Legacy.com, Kay played football at Walpole High School in Massachusetts before going to UMass-Amherst. He went ahead to get a law degree from Syracuse University and turned into a lawyer, filling in as a Supervisory Contracting Officer as a non military personnel for the U.S. Aviation based armed forces at Hanscom Air Force Base.
“In his extra time, he delighted in running, skiing, listening to music, and going to Crossway Christian Church. Dan had a grin that could illuminate a room. His yearning to be tested and his mission for experience prompt to his cooperation on the truth appear, ‘Survivor,'” the obit said. “He likewise effectively skied Tuckerman’s Ravine and finished his first half marathon.”
A reason for death was not uncovered

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