Anne Hudson Shields is the best know for being the wife of Mark Shields, an American political columnist, advisor and commentator. He is reported to have passed away on June 18, 2022, at the age of 85.
Anne Hudson Shields Age
Her exact age is not on record but she could be in her 80s based on her years of a college education. His husband, on the other hand, was born June 18, 2022, in Chevy Chase, Maryland, the U.S where he was also living at the time of his death. He was 85 years old.
Anne Hudson Shields & Mark Shields
Mark Shields and Ann Hudson have been married from 1966 until his death in 2022. The couple has a grown-up daughter named Amy Doyle and two grandchildren. She was a student at Duke University.
Ann Hudson decided to go to law school when his husband was earning a seasonal income as a political consultant so that the family could have a steady paycheck. The New York Times reported that Ann worked as a solicitor in the interior department and worked as a lawyer after completing her studies.
Mark Shields Death & Cause
Mark shields passed away on Saturday morning, June 18 at the age of 85. His cause of death was revealed to be as a result of kidney failure. He passed away at his home in Chevy Chase, Maryland as per NewsHour spokesman Nick Massella. His wife Anne was at his side, Woodruff wrote in her tweet.
Shields was described by Judy Woodruff, the anchor and managing editor of NewsHour in a Tweet as an”encyclopedic knowledge of American politics. He always had a positve sense of humor and mainly his big heart.
I am heartbroken to share this..the @NewsHour’s beloved long-time Friday night analyst Mark Shields, who for decades wowed us with his encyclopedic knowledge of American politics, his sense of humor and mainly his big heart, has passed away at 85, with his wife Anne at his side. pic.twitter.com/d68SZiGQJf
— Judy Woodruff (@JudyWoodruff) June 18, 2022
Shields worked as a liberal political commentator on the broadcast for 33 years, through six presidential administrations, until he decided to retire in 2020. He was originally from Weymouth, Massachusetts, graduated from the University of Notre Dame before serving in the United States Marine Corps.