Kent Taylor, Florida, Tight End
Mr Taylor founded the restaurant chain in 1993 and most recently was its chief government officer and chairman. Kent Taylor, the founder and chief executive of the Texas Roadhouse restaurant chain, died by suicide on Thursday after suffering from submit-Covid-19 symptoms, the company and his household mentioned in a press release. The Louisville, Kentucky, primarily based firm named its president, Jerry Morgan, as the new CEO on Friday.
Barnes notices a curtain fluttering within the window of a close-by building that was allegedly vacated. After the president is shot, Barnes tackles a person speeding to the rostrum named Enrique. Following the second explosion, Barnes barges into the GNN production studio and asks to view their footage. He calls Taylor, who reports the course of the suspected assassin’s escape route. Barnes then views an image on one of many camera’s live feeds that startles him and prompts him to run out.
Ashton is later positioned in an ambulance with Suarez and Veronica disguised as paramedics. Javier joins Taylor in a police automotive to a deliberate rendezvous on the overpass. Barnes however, gets right into a collision with a truck, permitting the duo to flee. At the overpass, Enrique, who did not die in the blast on the podium as intended, confronts Javier and Taylor. Enraged, Javier shoots Enrique, mistakenly believing he had information of his kidnapped brother’s whereabouts.
In 2013 he was voted “Best Sports Reporter” by Louisville Magazine and in 2016 and 2017 “Best TV Sportscaster.” In 2014 he was named Kentucky Sportscaster of the Year by the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association, or NSSA. In addition to Homes For Our Troops, Kent was an active supporter of a number of different organizations including Habitat for Humanity, Special Olympics Kentucky, and the Kentucky Nature Conservancy. Homes For Our Troops extends its deepest sympathies to the family and associates of Texas Roadhouse Founder & CEO and HFOT Board Director Kent Taylor, who handed away on March 18, 2021. Kent was a valued member of the HFOT household who selflessly gave his private time, expertise, and treasure to HFOT’s mission of Building Homes and Rebuilding Lives.