Bob Barker, the legendary "Price Is Right" host, died as a result of Alzheimer's disease.
His Alzheimer's fight was never publicly addressed, and it's unclear when he was originally afflicted, but his death certificate states that he died "years" after the condition began.
Bob, a vegetarian for almost 40 years, famously collaborated with PETA in 2013 for a campaign emphasizing how a vegetarian diet could help avoid the brain illness.
Moreover, PETA, known as People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, has asked LA City Council Member Hugo Soto-Martinez to assist them rename Sunset Boulevard outside the Bob Barker Building in Echo Park to "Bob Barker Boulevard," according to a press release.
“An honorary ‘Bob Barker Boulevard’ would be a fitting tribute for the television icon, who never hesitated to help when animals were in trouble and who was the man responsible for PETA’s opening of its West Coast headquarters in the entertainment capital of the country,” PETA founder and President Ingrid Newkirk said in a statement. “Bob Barker was compassion personified, so we look forward to working with the city to remember him in a way that will inspire anyone who spots his name on the sign to make kind choices every day, just as Bob did.”