Sean Higgins Death: Long-lasting club insider Sean Higgins passed on Wednesday. Nevada Gaming Commission Chairman John Moran Jr. made the declaration during a Thursday meeting, and two magistrates gave accolades. The reason for death was not reported. Higgins, 56, had worked for various Nevada-based gaming organizations throughout the long term, including Herbst Gaming — presently known as Affinity Gaming — and Golden Entertainment Inc. In 2016, Higgins joined Golden Entertainment as the senior VP of government undertakings and business advancement before being elevated to leader VP of government issues soon thereafter.
“Sean worked with Golden Entertainment for longer than 10 years and enormously affected the accomplishment of our Company. His affection forever, gregarious character, and real companionship will be enormously missed by all who knew him. For Golden Entertainment’s colleagues and our Board of Directors, we stretch out our most profound feelings to the Higgins’ family,” Golden Entertainment Chairman and CEO Blake Sartini said in a Thursday proclamation.
Higgins worked with Herbst for a long time before leaving his post as broad advice in 2010. During his time with the organization, he was the additionally broad insight into Terrible Herbst Oil Co., a different activity. Herbst Gaming rebranded as Affinity Gaming in 2011, in the wake of petitioning for Chapter 11 insolvency in 2009. The organization currently works nine properties, as per its site: two in Missouri, one in Iowa, and five in Nevada, including Whiskey Pete’s, Buffalo Bill’s, and Silver Sevens. Mary Beth Higgins, Higgins’ sister, was selected CEO of Affinity Gaming in April 2019.
Higgins joined Las Vegas-based law office Gordon Silver as an accomplice somewhere in the range of 2010 and 2015 and was overseeing head of counseling firm Porter Gordon Silver Communications from 2011 to 2015. He had likewise filled in as head of STH Strategies, a law office he established in 2015. Higgins and his family have profound roots in Southern Nevada. Higgins began Three Angry Wives, an Irish bar on West Charleston Boulevard, with two of his siblings. He had nine kin, with five children and five girls in his family. His dad was a noticeable specialist in Las Vegas, just as the UNLV football crew specialist. Higgins was conceived in Las Vegas and moved on from Bishop Gorman High School. He got his college degree from Southern Methodist University and a law degree from Santa Clara University School of Law.