Deadliest Catch is a documentary series that Discovery Channel started broadcasting in 2005.
The series narrates the real-life sea adventures of the Alaskan crab fishermen. This activity considers being the deadliest profession in the world.
Nick McGlashan joined the Deadliest Catch team back in 2013, during the ninth season of the show.
Bad News Travel Fast
Unfortunately, reports say that the star passed away on Sunday (December 27) in Nashville. The reasons for his death are still unknown.
His family confirmed the sad news, and the Davidson County Medical Examiner affirmed it to CNN on Monday, December 28.
Honoring Their Hero
The whole team from the TV show honored him, expressing their deepest condolences via Twitter:
The Things That Hurt The Most
There is not a single thing in this world that hurts more than losing a loved family member.
Just like his co-workers, Nick's sister also expressed her sadness over the lost sibling:
She disclosed that anybody who needed to give cash to the family could do it by sending it to her via Venmo or PayPal.
"These finances will go straightforwardly to my mother, June, to assist her with anything she needs during this overwhelming time. Find happiness in the hereafter @NickMcglashan."
Then, in another tweet, she stated:
"Kindly send all your adoration to my momma June McGlashan. Nobody ought to actually need to encounter the demise of their own kid."
"We're totally crushed. There will never be in any way similar to Nick."
His family will miss him.
Heroes Live Forever
He started showing affection for chipping away at boats when he was only 13 years old.
As his memoir on the Discovery Go site indicates, Nick was 'a seventh era angler who was raised not a long way from Dutch Harbor on the close-by island of Akutan, Alaska.'
May your soul rest in peace, dear Nick.