Survivor: Panama-Exile Island (Season 12)- 1st voted out
Tina Scheer Biography:
Born on November 17, 1960, Tina Scheer is the owner of the World Champion Lumberjills, "Chics with Axes," a traveling group of female lumberjacks. She is also owner of The Great Maine Lumberjack Show, which is based in Trenton, Maine. She competes regularly as a lumberjill and is also a logging sports promoter. A native of Northern Wisconsin Scheer first learned how to log roll when she was seven years old. Her profession has allowed her to travel abroad, particularly to Australia, South Africa, Germany and New Zealand.
A few months before Scheer was supposed to begin her journey on Survivor: Panama-Exile Island, she lost her only son to a horrible car accident. Still in the process of grieving, she decided to participate in the game of survival anyway, believing that her son would have wanted her to do so. On the island, she preferred to be by herself, and although she was considered as a valuable Casaya tribe member, her behavior made the others feel alienated. Consequently, Scheer was the first to be voted off the Island.