Hello hkuhn66, just remove the dried out lower leaves below, and try to give more light. I still see green parts there, so I do not easily give up on those. Try to feel the base of the plant, if it still feels firm, then it may just have a chance. The center part of the rosette is not looking too dead to me yet.
Very important as you remove those dried out leaves, see if the leaves have some white stuff at the point where it connects to the stem. Sometimes, the drying out is caused by those mealy bugs that finds its way at that junction, sucking out the life of the plant.
It is normal also for the older, lower leaves to dry out and drop. As the seasons change, the plant will try to grow new ones from the center. So protect the center of the rosette and the base of the plant, that it does not go mushy.