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Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Simpsons Co-Creator Passes Away At The Age of 59 After Donating His Fortune To Charity

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Simpsons Co-Creator Passes Away At The Age of 59 After Donating His Fortune To Charity

We're really gloomy to report that Sam Simon, the author and producer who assisted make the known TV show “The Simpsons”, has died at age 59.

Simon was diagnosed with terminal colorectal cancer in February 2013. He was powerless by the unwellness earlier this week and passed away peacefully in his house.

As The Simpson’s is what Simon is most known for, he had impacted a lot of lives with his actions who are not in the entertainment industry too.

Simon, discovering that he might not have long-life to experience, he given the vast majority of his fortune, $100 million, right away to charity.

Simon has donated to numerous causes, but one topic that was personally significant to him is animal rights.

“A lot of it is selfish, I get to watch these animals that have been in concrete bunkers their whole life, I get to watch them take their first steps on grass, I get to fly my friends out. They’re dependent on us for that and so I feel that it’s my responsibility to speak for those who can’t speak for themselves,” he stated.

His most recently days and weeks were filled with rejoice, as he was surrounded by family, friends and folks whom he loved.

He talked about his go through on NBC last year, stating that “Somehow, I ended up surrounded by people that love me and take care of me and will do anything for me. It’s a good feeling. That’s called happiness.”

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