In 2011, after so many years of playing, Rock Legend "Dangerous Dan Toler" was diagnosed with with ALS (also known as Lou Gehrig's disease). Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) affects the central nervous system, making it difficult for the brain's messages to get to muscles.

Monday, Feb 25th, 2013 - Official Facebook page post:
"It is with great regret and sadness that our dear friend and loved one, Dan Toler, passed away peacefully last night in his sleep. Please keep Debbie and the family in your prayers. Also at this time, the family asks that you would respect their privacy.

The Toler family thanks you all for your love and support. God Bless you all."

Dan has always been a good friend to so many. He will be missed.

As Lou Gehrig's disease progresses, the brain has more and more trouble communicating messages to the muscles in the body. As a result, muscles weaken and make daily tasks difficult or even impossible.

For those living with ALS, many daily tasks become difficult. Maintaining good health becomes vitally important. Some medications may provide relief for ALS symptoms but they leave a lot to be desired.
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