Nate Burrell Death -Dead-Obituaries : Nate From “60 Days In” has Died From Suicide.

By | November 1, 2020

Nate Burrell Death –Dead-Obituaries : Nate From “60 Days In” has Died From Suicide.

Nate Burrell from the show ‘60 Days in’ took his life  October 31, 2020. He posted a Suicide note on Facebook before his death, according to a statement posted online on November 1.  2020.
Nate Burrell, a former Marine who starred in the third and fourth seasons of A&E’s “60 Days In,” reportedly died by suicide Saturday night. Burrell’s sister said the 33-year-old shot and killed himself in public in Michigan.


The following are some tributes posted on social media to honor the life and the legacy of the deceased.

Marcos wrote 
“there is no suffering or pain in death” sleep for now… hopefully God will understand your distressed life and call you in the last days… ’60 Days In’ Star Nate Burrell Dead At 33 from Suicide By Gunshot.
Jeff Downs wrote 

Was the strongest and most inspiring participant in the entire series, but the mental health demons won the war. We have a serious mental health problem in the USA. Please be there for your loved ones. #MyTearsShedForNate


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One thought on “Nate Burrell Death -Dead-Obituaries : Nate From “60 Days In” has Died From Suicide.

  1. Gemma

    My heart hurts that we lost a war veteran, a good man, a father to be. Nate, I know I couldn’t have known everything there was to know about you from TV. But, I do know depression, anxiety, PTSD, and suicide attempts. They are demons that I fight daily. You are correct when you say the mental health system needs an overhaul. Two of my family members voluntarily committed themselves to mental hospitals for “help”.
    One was depressed and suicidal. They treated him like he was a criminal and as you said, stripped him of his dignity and blocked him from those he needed most. He went there for help. He came out more depressed, more suicidal, but now with panic attacks and PTSD from the trauma of what was done to him in there. It’s a crying shame when those that are reaching out for help, that are the most vulnerable – that should be treated with compassion, love, understanding and the utmost of care are treated as nothing.
    Maybe this will shed a light on the gross inadequacies of the mental health system. I’ve noticed the suicide hotline being posted on everything. That’s the politically correct thing to do in cases like this. I’ve called the suicide hotline multiple times so have my relatives. They have not helped either. They are volunteers. I’m sure they are doing the best that they can. But, in the circumstances of someone’s life hanging in the balance, more needs to be done.
    None of this is to discourage anyone from reaching out when they need help. I encourage you to reach out. Continue reaching out until you find someone that you feel safe with. Know that there is someone out there that gets it. There is someone out there that cares, that knows exactly how you are feeling in this moment and truly wants to help.
    Nate, I believe that you were a good man. You tried to help many people. You did help many people. You had so many family and friends that loved you so much and spoke so highly of your character. I know that you will be watching out for your child, that you will be guiding your child through life. I’m so sorry that I couldn’t have met you in life.
    To Nate’s family and friends, I can’t imagine the shock and loss that you all are feeling now. I know that Nate would never want to intentionally hurt any of you. I’d like to offer my deepest and most heartfelt condolences to all of you. May Nate R.I.P.


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