Anthony Senerchia, the man behind the infamous ice bucket challenge is dead. People reports that he died last Saturday at the age of 46.
His death is an end to a fourteen years battle with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. Senerchia was diagnosed with ALS in 2003 and was told he had just a few years to live according to one of his obituaries.
“He worked tirelessly to raise awareness for ALS and was directly responsible for the world-renowned Ice bucket challenge,” his obituary said, calling him “a fireball who tried everything in life.”
“It’s a difficult disease and tough when you’re losing,” his wife, Jeanette, told the Journal News Media Group. “Your body is failing you. But he was a fighter… He was our light. He made our life better.”
May he find the rest this world denied him of.
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