Dan Fredinburg, the head of privacy for GoogleX and a Google adventurer, died on Saturday morning as a result of a head injury from the Mt. Everest avalanche, his sister posted on her brother's Twitter and Instagram accounts. "This is Dans little sister Megan. I regret to inform all who loved him that during the avalanche on Everest early this morning our Dan suffered from a major head injury and didn't make it. We appreciate all of the love that has been sent our way thus far and know his soul and his spirit will live on in so many of us," Fredinburg's sister, Megan, posted. "All our love and thanks to those who shared this life with our favorite hilarious strong willed man. He was and is everything to us. Thank you." Read MoreNepal Hit by Devastating Earthquake, Rattles Mt. Everest and Neighboring India The Google Adventurer's LinkedIn account described his role at Google as "Head of Privacy for Google[x]," "Manage Product Management team for Google's Privacy team," and "Lead Google Adventure Team." Nepal suffered a 7.8 magnitude earthquake on Saturday that shook the central area between Kathmandu and Pokhara and triggered avalanches on Mt. Everest. Fredinburg's death is among at least 10 deaths on Everest as a result of the quake.