Drew Griffin, a well-known journalist, passed away on December 17 at the age of 60. How did he d!e? We will talk about that in detail ahead.
Drew Griffin Cause Of De@th
Drew Griffim reportedly fought cancer for a very long time before passing away. CNN reports that Drew never told anyone about his health problems and carried on working until his passing in december last year.
There are many questions unanswered after the de@th of Drew Griffin according to many such tweets:
Don Lemon, the host of CNN This Morning, also expressed his sorrow while breaking the news on December 19 and added that the show would honor the late journalist. Griffin and Lemon were quite close, co-host Kaitlan Collins noted after he became tearful at one point.
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Drew Griffin Career As Reporter
According to reports, Drew Griffin was born in either 1961 or 1962. He received a communications degree from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, while further information about his upbringing and educational history is unavailable.
He worked for WICD-TV as a reporter and cameraman, covering various activities in various places. Later, he changed jobs and began working as an investigative reporter for KIRO-TV.
He started his career in 1994 at CBS 2 News, where he worked as a reporter and anchor before earning notoriety for his work. He contributed to the formation of the channel’s investigative reporting team and covered a wide range of events, including the war on terrorism after the September 11, 2002, terrorist attacks.
In May 2004, he left CBS 2 News and transferred to CNN, where he reported on news pertaining to politics, sports, and the executive branch. He traveled to New Orleans in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina in 2005 to chronicle the aftermath as well. Griffin had the chance to travel the globe and report on significant events, like the famine in Somalia.
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