Robb Hanrahan Cause of Death

Robb Hanrahan, who formerly worked as a news anchor for CBS4, has passed away. There was no mention made of the reason for death. He had reached the age of 60. Beginning in 2003, Hanrahan co-anchored the CBS4 News broadcasts at 5 and 6 o’clock and 11 o’clock at night with Maggie Rodriguez.

In 2006, Hanrahan and the rest of the team at CBS4 News won a National Edward R. Murrow Award for their coverage of a shooting that took place at Miami International Airport.

Robb Hanrahan
Robb Hanrahan

Before he started working for WHP, he spent the previous four years at WFOR-TV in Miami, Florida, which is owned by CBS. There, he worked as a news anchor with Maggie Rodriguez.

After leaving WFOR, Hanrahan became the evening news anchor for the CBS affiliate in Harrisburg, which is known as CBS 21, and remained in that role for more than ten years. After surviving a heart crisis in the summer of 2020, he decided to resign the previous year so that he could concentrate on his health.

On Monday night, his previous station made the sad announcement that he had passed away, stating that he had passed away over the weekend. His wife Stacey, whom he met at WFOR, their son, and his daughter are the only members of his family to survive him.


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