Daniel Wright, former contestant at NBC weight-loss contest “The biggest loser,” Died sunday, Depending to Reports. He was 30 years old and was being treated for leukemia.
Wright appeared in seasons 7 and 8 in 2009.
Season 8 winner Danny Cahill praised Bright for his optimism and supportive stance.
“He never missed an opportunity to redouble his efforts and encourage every soul in their life’s struggle to carry on, and make sure that we will succeed,” Cahill wrote on Facebook. Wright’s wife, Rebecca, posted an adorable emoji in the caption.
Another colleague, Courtney Crozier Repesses, described Wright as “one of the most amazing people I have ever met and he is a true difference maker in this world! His faith has never faded, even in the darkest of times. I am honored to know him.”
according to GoFundMe Page As for Wright, he was diagnosed Acute lymphocytic leukemia In October 2017. The post reported that Wright received multiple rounds of chemotherapy and received dozens of blood transfusions.
His wife Rebecca, also a contestant from Season 8, mentioned Friday that his wife The condition worsened.
Wright worked as a weight-loss coach in Des Moines, Iowa, with his wife, according to her Wright’s Facebook page.
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