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(WUSA9) -- Wednesday morning, HGTV posted on its Facebook page about the sudden death of Curb Appeal co-host Bill Beckwith.

The company wrote: "The HGTV family is deeply saddened to learn of the tragic death of 'Curb Appeal; co-host, Bill Beckwith. We mourn his loss along with his many family and friends who will miss his creativity, adventurous spirit and general love of life."

According to CNN, the 38-year-old passed away in a motorcycle crash on Monday night in San Francisco. KPIX reported that his motorcycle collided with a vehicle in San Francisco's Lower Haight neighborhood.

Read CNN's full story here: http://www.cnn.com/2013/12/03/showbiz/hgtv-host-killed/






























































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































Photos: People we lost in 2013

Beckwith co-hosted "Curb Appeal" with John Gidding, Chip Wade and Kimberly Lacy. Each episode of the program, which is now out of production, made over the exterior of a house.

As a child, Beckwith was drawn to fixing old structures on his parents' 60-acre vegetable farm in Maine, according to an HGTV bio.