Nate Burrell Biography — Wiki
Nate Burrell is an American star who is best known for his role in A&E’s docuseries, 60 Days In. He previously worked at 0311 1/7 Baker Company for over four years.
OFFICIAL: Nate Burrel has committed suicide Saturday night in his hometown of Allegan, Michigan. His sister, Chelsey Walker, that he shot himself while out in public, TMZ reported.
Nate Burrell Age
Nate had just turned 33 years old.
Nate Burrell Early Life, Education, Family
According to his Facebook profile, Burrell (born in 1997) went to Allegan Public Schools. He studied Law Enforcement at Kalamazoo Valley Community College in 2012 and studied Law Enforcement at Rasmussen College in 2015. He also worked at 0311 1/7 Baker Company from 2006 to 2010.
As of later, he studied Criminal Justice. at Middle, Tennessee State University (MTSU) and was working his Bachelor’s degree. He is originally from From Allegan, Michigan.
Burrell wrote on his LinkedIn profile:
After graduating from Allegan High School, I served in the United States Marine Corps as an Infantryman from 2006 to 2010. I served on 2 Combat Tours in Iraq in 2007-08 and 2008-09 I received an Honorable Discharge in 2010. I worked as a Foreman for Building Restorations Inc. for 1 year. I graduated from Rasmussen college in December of 2014 with an Associates Degree in Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement. I am now a CAD designer for Lanphear Tool Works Inc. specializing in Solidworks CAD. I have a passion for outdoors and love hunting, fishing, hiking, and camping.
Nate’s sister told TMZ, “Nathan loved his country, loved his family and was a very caring guy. He was very proud of being on ’60 Days In,’ and he really cherished his time on that show.”
Nate Burrell Personal Life: Wife and Children
Burrell was married to his wife, Jordan Burrell, who was pregnant with their first child, a baby boy. He alluded to problems in his relationship after he and his wife split. He wrote:
“I can only imagine how bad this would all turn out, all of the legal crap that would ensue after this with custody and everything else. You win! You have promised for weeks, you will ruin my life and I had no idea who I was messing with. You are right, I didn’t know who I was messing with.”
Nate Burrell Film Career: 60 Days In
Nate Burrell has a leading role as a veteran in A&E’s Docuseries ’60 Days In’.
He plays the role of a veteran who served as an active duty marine in the United States Marine Corps from 2006 to 2010 in the infantry where he completed two combat tours in Iraq. The veteran continued to serve for three years in the reserves, and he was honorably discharged in 2013.
Eventually, he received his associate degree in criminal justice and law enforcement in 2014 to become a fish and wildlife officer in Michigan. Nate decided to remain in custody for an additional 60 days.
Nate Burrell Death News
The news of his death was first reported to TMZ by his sister Chelsey Walker, saying her brother shot himself with a shotgun in public in downtown Allegan.
His death was officially announced by TMZ on 1st November 2020.
Nate Burrell’s Suicide Note:
In the suicide note, Burrell made a number of allegations against his wife. He wrote:
This isn’t an admission of guilt. I’m just tired, I’ve been through so much in my life, the pain of my situation now hurts more than I ever imagined. I can’t keep going on. I’m sorry Jordan I let you down. I have dreamed of the day I get to raise my son, but that was taken away from me. I can only imagine how bad this would all turn out, all of the legal crap that would ensue after this with custody and everything else. You win! You have promised for weeks, you will ruin my life and I had no idea who I was messing with. You are right, I didn’t know who I was messing with. You told me you wished I still wanted to kill myself a few weeks ago, and that has sat in my heart since. This isn’t a post to bash you but instead to lift you up.
I want to apologize to my family and friends for failing you. I know alot of you will think you could have changed my mind I ensure you, you wouldn’t. This isn’t a spontaneous thing. I had so much support through this and I am beyond grateful for everyone and everything you all have done. SO THANK YOU! But we all have our day, our time to go, most feel like we shouldn’t decide that but I’m here to tell you I’ve made that decision and as hard as it was I am happy with my decision. I’m done fighting the demons of my past, I’m done fighting the demons of today, and the demons of tomorrow. I hope my son gets to meet my friends and family and they can be apart of raising him. I pray that my family doesn’t resent ANYONE for my decisions. I know Jordan can be the best mom in the world and she will do an amazing job, I just need to remove myself from this picture to create a less complicated aspect of her raising him. I’ve said during every fight and argument to my family that Jordan is an amazing woman and even though people try to show me something else I see the real you Jordan. I’ve literally had some of the best times of my life with you Jordan you were truly my best friend.
He also wrote about his mother, his sister, his grandparents, childhood memories, his uncle, various friends, and even a childhood babysitter in the deeply personal message.