Dan Lembo, who appeared as a contestant on “Survivor: Nicaragua,” has died at age 75.
The Brooklyn native was discovered lifeless at his Manhattan residence on Sept. 3, based on his obituary. A reason for demise was not supplied.
Lembo was 63 when he appeared on the hit TV present in 2010. The fan-favorite was a part of the Espada tribe and got here in fifth place after being voted out on Day 37.
Family and friends described Lembo as a “charismatic, larger-than-life, outgoing bon vivant,” saying he “liked nothing greater than spending time together with his youngsters and buddies – new and previous.”
“On weekends he loved softball in Bridgehampton with buddies,” Lembo’s obituary learn. “Daniel might be remembered as a pal to all and a father to 2.”
Previous to his TV look, the Brooklyn School alum spent most of his profession working in actual property.
Dan Lembo labored in actual property earlier than showing on “Survivor: Nicaragua.”CBS by way of Getty Photos
Lembo is survived by his sons, Matthew and Michael, their spouses, and his 5 grandchildren.
In his obituary, Lembo’s son Matthew wrote, “Thanks for being my Dad. You had been a cheerful individual. You had been my finest pal. I’ll miss you.”
In the meantime, Michael wrote, “Dad, irrespective of the scenario, you had been at all times there for me. You had been my first telephone name. You had been my journey buddy. Each weekend, we’d take our journeys.
“From snowboarding in Vermont, taking a look at properties within the Hamptons, a sunny weekend in Miami, or a Yankees’ playoff sport, we had been at all times collectively. I’ll miss you. I really like you.”