Connie Kellie Bio, Wiki
Connie Kellie was an American journalist who worked at Grand Rapids, Michigan. According to Mix 95.7 (WLHT), the radio station where she worked Connie has died young from liver cancer.
Connie Kellie Age
Despite being a famous radio presenter, Connie managed to keep her personal details off the public. Thus details of her age are not known.
Connie Kellie Family – Husband
The late Connie is survived by her husband, Dan; their lovable fur-baby, Kevin; and her long-time on-air partner and dear friend, Fish.
Connie Kellie Education
Connie is an alumni of Central Michigan University.
Connie Kellie Mix 95-7 – Career
Connie worked as a radio presenter for almost 25 years. In a statement on the station’s website, Fish said, “Over 25 years ago, this incredible, smart and strong woman allowed me the opportunity to be a part of her radio career. Our journey will not only be with those who were touched by her immense talent, but engraved in my heart. Thank you, Connie, for this adventure. I look forward to the day we meet again.”
Connie joined t Mix 95-7 in October 2012, according to the radio station’s statement.
“In her 20-plus years in radio, Connie worked in Mt. Pleasant, Lansing, Jackson, Miss., Omaha, Neb., Madison, Wisc., Milwaukee, Wisc. and then found her way back to Michigan.”
Connie Kellie Death
Reporting on her death the Mix 95.7 (WLHT), the radio station where she worked they wrote Connie Kellie has died young.
The station confirmed Kellie’s death and revealed that the cause of death was liver cancer, which she had been battling for only a short time.
Immediately the news of her death broke, her fans took to social media to send their tributes.
“I am honestly at a loss for words,” a listener, Kristin Heileman-Corcoran, wrote on the station’s Facebook page.
“I’m so sad seeing this post this morning. Connie was more than a radio voice to so many of us, she was a friend. She will be missed so much.”
Another listener called her a “beautiful angel.”
No public service or memorial is planned because of COVID-19.