Legendary journalist Jim Angle died at his home in Arlington, Virginia on February 9, 2022.
Fox News family anchors took to Twitter to commemorate Angle’s life.
Who was Fox News reporter Jim Angle?
As a young adult, Angle was drafted into the armed forces and served deployments to Vietnam and Germany.
Angle done every night appearances on Fox News’ special report during the ten years Hume anchored the program from 1998 to 2008.
Now a Fox News senior political analyst, Hume tweeted: “He was there at the beginning, covering the White House. His work was solid, substantial, fair and insightful. And he was great fun to be around.”
Fox News Media CEO Suzanne Scott said in a statement, “Jim was a FOX News original and top Washington correspondent whose talent and fearless reporting were unmatched.”
How long did Angle work at Fox News?
Angle joined Fox in 1996, the year the network was founded.
During the Bush administration, Angle was appointed chief Washington correspondent for Fox News.
He was later promoted to chief national correspondent for the channel.
In his retirement letter, Angle wrote “I covered 4 presidents and it was a thrill. I saw the end of the cold war and the fall of the Berlin wall, which particularly affected me since I I had made visits to them while I was stationed in Berlin in the army.
Angle left Fox News in 2014 after 18 years.
During his career, Angle has twice won the “Excellence in Financial Journalism” award for his coverage of the economy.
Was Jim Angle married?
Angle married bureaucrat Patrice Pisinski in 2008.
Angle told the Washington Examiner that the couple met at a charity dinner.
Angle was a wine connoisseur and kept a stocked cellar.
The cause of death has not been made public.
Angle is survived by his brother George Angle, his sister-in-law Alison Avagliano, and his stepsons Spencer and Chris Pisinski.
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