Terry Keenan, a Fox anchor, passed away this week unexpectedly at Lenox Hill hospital in New York. The 53-year-old woman and business correspondent is said to have died from a cerebral hemorrhage. News Oxy provides the latest updates on Keenan’s sudden death and her illustrious career this Sunday, October 26, 2014.
At only 53 years of age, Fox newswoman and anchor Terry Keenan has passed away from a massive brain hemorrhage. The business correspondent worked as a columnist for the New York Post as well. Her latest post was published in mid-October. Keenan’s previous work experience included serving as a well-respected anchor for the Fox Business Network and New Channel, as well as a host of the “Cashin’ In” program special, which aired on Saturdays.
Although her passing may have been unexpected, the Fox anchor will be remembered as an intelligent woman of the business world; her history leading up to her time on national television is an impressive one. Terry Keenan graduated with her Bachelor’s degree in 1983; she attended John Hopkins University and specialized in mathematics. Her distinguished career included working as a producer for Wall Street Week on PBS, later helping produce Moneyline, and finally moving on to on-air correspondent activity for Fox News.
According to the New York Daily News, one of the biggest moments of Terry Keenan’s journalism work was when she was one of the very first reporters to speak from the New York Stock Exchange and provided thousands of viewers live coverage following the 1987 stock market crash. The Fox anchor left the national Fox news station back in 2009.
Close family members and other loved ones are said to be mourning the unexpected passing of the 53-year-old woman. Keenan’s sister, Linda, verified that the esteemed businesswoman had died of a cerebral hemorrhage. She was receiving emergency medical treatment at a local hospital in New York before she died. A formal announcement was made by Linda this week about the sudden tragedy.
“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.”
In addition to her notable career of professional work, Terry Keenan, Fox anchor, will be fondly remembered by her family and friends in her personal life as well. She is survived by her husband and her son, as well as two siblings. A spokesperson for Fox offered a heartfelt tribute for the memorable figure during an early broadcast earlier this weekend, and funeral services were held yesterday.