March 20, 2023
Media Personalities

Suzanne Mccarroll CBS Reporter Cause of Death; Wiki, Age, Husband & Children

Suzanne Mccarroll, who has been working as a TV reporter for CBS news since Jun 1982, is reported to have passed away as per a statement by the station. Suzanne died on Wednesday, Oct 12, 2022, in Southern California.

According to her Linkedin, Suzanne described herself as an experienced Television Reporter with a demonstrated history of working in the broadcast media industry. She was skilled in Storytelling, News Writing, Television, Breaking News, and Journalism. Strong media and communication professional with a B.A. in Communications from Stanford University.

Suzanne Mccarroll Career

Suzanne began her career as a speechwriter at IBM after college. She would go on to ditch the cushy corporate job for the life of a reporter at KIDK in Idaho Falls in 1979. She says it was the best career decision she ever made. She moved to KCGR in Cedar Rapids in 1980, serving as a reporter and weekend anchor. She took a job as an entry-level reporter at KCNC in 1982. Co-workers and competitors agree that Suzanne is a journalist whose integrity and thoughtfulness engender respect. She’s taught reporting seminars and ethics seminars at the Poynter Institute.

Suzanne Mccarroll Education

She did a B.A in communications at Staford University class of 1978. She was invited to the university as a guest lecturer in April 2009 and October 2013.

Suzanne Mccarroll Husband / Children

Three children survive Suzanne. She once revealed in an interview that although she took her work seriously, her most important job was being a mother – to three wonderful children. Her busy schedule as a CBS reporter meant she had to balance the crazy life of a television reporter with family life.

Suzanne Mccarroll Death & Cause

According to a statement released by CBS, Suzanne died on Wednesday, October 12, 2022. No cause of death has been released at the moment, and an official obituary is yet to be created by the family.

On Twitter, she described herself as a “CBS Denver news reporter, mother of three, loyal Stanford fan and alum.”