Who Was Anne Garrels and What Was Her Cause of Death?

LOVED broadcast journalist Anne Garrels was known for her work at National Public Radio.

Tragically, on September 7, 2022, it was announced that she passed away at the age of 71.

Anne Garrels was a popular broadcast journalist


Anne Garrels was a popular broadcast journalistPhoto credit: Getty Images – Getty

Who was Anne Garrels?

Garrels was a popular broadcast journalist born on July 2, 1951 in Springfield, Massachusetts.

Over the years she has worked as a foreign correspondent for a number of networks including NPR, ABC and NBC.

She first joined NPR in 1988 after spending 10 years at ABC as an office manager in Moscow and Central America, NPR reports.

What was the cause of Anne Garrels’ death?

Garrels’ death was first reported by NPR on September 7, 2022.

It was later revealed that she died after a battle with lung cancer.

It is currently unclear how long she has been fighting the disease.

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