After the Seven Deadly Sins escaped from Hell through the Devil's Gate, Sloth chose this man as his vessel, presumably because he represented the sin of sloth. While possessing the man, Sloth killed a Nebraskan family by making them too lazy to get food from a fridge just a few feet away from them.
When the Seven Deadly Sins attacked the Winchesters, Tamara and Bobby Singer, Sloth chased Bobby into a corner of the living room. However, Bobby lured the demon into a devil's trap and performed an exorcism. Sloth was exorcised out of this man and back to Hell. Bobby later told the Winchesters that Sloth's vessel had survived the possession and exorcism though he would need "a lifetime of therapy bills."