Texas Roadhouse founder Kent Taylor, 65, passes away after battle with worsening COVID-19 symptoms
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Kent Taylor, the founder and CEO of the Texas Roadhouse restaurant chain, passed away last week at the age of 65. His family later stated that Taylor took his own life while suffering from post-coronavirus-related symptoms.
Texas Roadhouse first announced Taylor’s death on Friday. In a follow-up statement shared with Fox News, Texas Roadhouse and Taylor's family confirmed he was battling post-coronavirus symptoms, and specifically tinnitus, leading up to his passing.