‘Extreme Weight Loss’ Contestant Rod Durham Dies At 52

Your positive energy and contagious have a good laugh brightened this world and everyone lucky enough to meet you. You’d an ability to make everyone feel loved and special. You changed your own life and along the way, you motivated and inspired an incredible number of others. You earn a positive difference nowadays permanently.

You are adored by us and miss you Pole. There are some lucky angels up because they can enjoy your awesomeness now there. We’ll see you again, brother. PS I’m sure heaven has a fairly sweet gym and all the weight you can lift ? Over the weekend Extreme Weight Loss contestant Rod Durham was found useless at age 52, the Tallahassee Democrat reviews.

The Leon SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL drama instructor was found out by housekeepers in a Fort Lauderdale, Florida, motel. He was visiting the region during the school’s springtime break week off. He passed on of diabetic shock apparently. Durham appeared on season 4 of ABC’s reality series Extreme Weight Loss in 2014, where he lost 180 pounds.

Trainer Heidi Powell paid tribute to the reality star via Instagram on Monday. “Heaven just got a great deal brighter today when Rod inserted the pearly gates. Heaven just got a lot brighter today when Rod entered the pearly gates. While I am selfishly so unhappy and completely devastated which i won’t reach see him on the planet anymore, I am rejoicing for the nature he is carrying with him and spreading to everyone up there…including my father.

Rod, you will terribly be skipped. Everything from your kindness, to your warm smile and bear hugs, to your friendship, for you extraordinary ability to make ANYONE (including me) feel special. YOU are special. And will be ignored never. Love you BIG, and can’t wait to be welcomed into heaven someday with this one-of-a-kind infectious laugh of yours. Thanks for changing MY world, @roddurham. Now go do you up there, buddy!

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“Rod, you will be missed terribly. From your kindness, to your warm smile and bear hugs, to your a friendly relationship, to you remarkable capability to make ANYONE (including me) feel special. YOU are special. And will never be forgotten,” she continued. “Love you BIG, and can’t wait around to be welcomed into heaven someday with that one-of-a-kind infectious giggle of yours. Thanks for changing MY world, @roddurham. Now go do you up there, pal!

Fellow trainer and Heidi’s husband, Chris Powell, wrote about Durham’s bubbly personality also. “Your positive energy and contagious laugh brightened this world and everyone lucky enough to meet you. You’d an ability to make everyone feel very special and loved. You transformed your own life and in the process, you motivated and motivated an incredible number of others. You earn an optimistic difference nowadays forever,” he captioned an Instagram picture of the two. “We love you and miss you Rod. There are some lucky angels up there because they can enjoy your awesomeness now.

We’ll see you again, brother. Your positive energy and contagious have fun brightened this everyone and world fortunate to meet you. You’d an ability to make everyone feel special and loved. You transformed your own life and along the way, you motivated and influenced an incredible number of others. You have permanently made a positive difference nowadays. We love you and miss you Rod. There are a few lucky angels up there because they can enjoy your awesomeness now.