Who is Jesse Goins (Gold Rush Miner Dies) Biography, Wiki, Age, Family, Net Worth, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook

Who is Jesse Goins? (Gold Rush Miner Dies) Biography – Jesse Goins Wiki

Jesse Goins, a gold room operator featured on Discovery’s TV show Gold Rush, has died. He was 60.
Goins was discovered unconscious by a crew member on Tuesday night in Colorado on set for the series and was later pronounced dead at a hospital, a rep for Discovery confirms to PEOPLE following a report by Deadline.
The cause of Goins’ death is currently unknown, but TMZ reported that he had a heart attack.
“Our hearts broke when we heard this news,” the Discovery representative told PEOPLE. “Our thoughts and prayers go to his family and friends.”

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Larry Goins, brother of the golden chamber operator, shared a praise on Facebook on Wednesday, “Heaven will never be the same !! My brother Jesse went home to be with his Father, Lord and Savior.  It will be missed very much. Love you brother.”

Heaven will never be the same!! My brother Jesse went home to be with his Father, Lord and Savior.  He will be missed dearly. Love you brother
Posted by Larry Goins on Wednesday, August 19, 2020

In another post, it was reported that Larry added that his brother “loves the Gold Rush family”.
“I never found the words to express how grateful I am for Dave Turin and their love for the guys,” Larry wrote, according to Variety. “And to share and be sure that the Lord and the Bible are a big part of his daily life. So he was in a very good place. I love you guys.”

Goins, working to extract and clean precious metals in the mine’s gold chamber, joined Gold Rush: Dave Turin’s Lost Mines last year and also appeared in the series Gold Rush: The Dirt after the series.
Nathan Clark, one of the cast, shared several photos of Goins on Twitter on Wednesday, calling him “the best spirit”.
“I am really lost for words right now. We lost the man I trusted for my future and my child’s future,” Clark wrote. “Jesse Goins was the kindest soul you could meet. I love you brother! Jesse would drop his food for the man who is not as hungry as the man next to him. #Dtlm #goldrush.”