So sad. Terry Keenan, a former anchor for CNN and Fox News, died suddenly on Oct. 23. She was only 53.
Terry Keenan sadly passed away on Oct. 23 at the age of 53. She died of a massive cerebral hemorrhage, according to a report. Terry had been most recently working for the New York Post as a finance columnist for the Sunday paper. She will be missed.
Terry Keenan Dead
This is just devastating. Terry died suddenly of a massive cerebral hemorrhage late on Oct. 23, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
She is survived by her husband, Ron Kass; and their son, Benjamin Kass.
She started her career at CNN Business Week in 1986 as a producer for Moneyline. She reported on the infamous “Black Monday” and was the first journalist to report live from the New York Stock Exchange.
She left CNN in 1995 to serve as an anchor for CNBC. She began working for Fox News in 2oo2, TV Newser reports. She worked as an anchor and business correspondent for the network. She was also the host of the investing program, Cashin’ In. She left Fox News in 2009.
Up until her death, she was working as a Sunday business columnist for the New York Post. Her last column was posted on Oct. 19.
Terry’s sister, Linda, released a statement about her sad passing:
“It is with tremendous sorrow that we report the passing, due to a massive cerebral hemorrhage, of a wonderful mother, wife, sister, and pioneering financial journalist. Terry was a trailblazer who credited much of her success to her beloved mother’s emphasis on education, which led her to Holy Names Academy in Albany, NY, and a math scholarship to Johns Hopkins University.”
Our thoughts go out to Terry’s family and friends during this difficult time.
— Avery Thompson