Roger Sexton Obituary, Death – Roger Sexton, a former contestant on “Survivor,” has passed away… after a protracted and difficult fight against dementia.
It was confirmed by members of Roger’s family that he passed away at the end of October in Walla Walla, Washington, at the residence of his daughter and son-in-law, surrounded by other members of his family and caregivers. This information was provided by his daughter and son-in-law. His daughter and his son-in-law were the ones who informed him of this knowledge.
According to the obituary that was published about him, up to the time that he died away, he engaged in what was described as “a gallant and courageous struggle with Lewy Body Dementia.” The most prevalent form of dementia is Alzheimer’s disease, while Lewy body dementia is the second most common form of the condition.
Fans of the show may remember Roger from the sixth season of the reality competition series, when he competed as a member of the Tambaqui tribe and quickly rose to the position of leader for his group.
During that season, the show was called “The Amazing Race.” During that season, he participated in the competition as a member of the tribe and quickly worked his way up to the position.
Roger was able to survive in the Amazon for a total of 21 days until he was ambushed by the hostile tribe. This incident caused several members of Roger’s own crew to turn against him and betray him. In the end, Roger was able to make it through the Amazon alive.
Roger was a former Marine who had served his nation during the 1960s, when it was involved in the conflict in Vietnam. He had served his country honorably during the war. During that time, he was stationed in Vietnam, where he was performing a military duty for his country. In the year 1992, he was forced to go through the unbearably agonizing experience of putting an end to his daughter Heather’s life as a direct result of complications stemming from viral pneumonia.
Roger was 76.