The radio legend Jeremy Mansfield has passed away after being diagnosed with stage four liver cancer. He was 59 years old.
Samantha Cowen, a close friend and former colleague, confirmed Mansfield’s death on Monday.
“The world went dark this morning. The passing of Jeremy Mansfield occurred just before dawn. Among family and friends, he passed away peacefully at home.
Jeremy lived lavishly. He was not afraid of doing small things. He mixed mischief and mayhem with heart and soul. He loved hard, laughed loud, and combined mischief and mayhem with heart and soul. Whenever he was on the airwaves, the city became brighter and brighter. Every day he changed lives. He raised hell when he wasn’t raising millions for charity.
Jeremy Mansfield Cause Of Death:
Earlier this year, the radio personality announced that he had been diagnosed with liver cancer.
He revealed on Facebook in August that he was terminal, and promised to “fulfill all the dreams I have in my bucket list, big and small”.
A couple months after the diagnosis, Mansfield made his first social media appearance to thank his fans. A few minutes before the video was recorded, he gave us an update on his health, saying he had “ups and downs”, but “thank goodness” that day he was on the up side.
As a media professional, Mansfield is most well known for his work on radio. He joined Capital Radio 604 in 1985 and left Hot 91.9FM in 2021.
How did Jeremy Mansfield die?
Radio legend Jeremy Mansfield died after battling liver cancer. Over the course of his career, Mansfield appeared on a variety of radio and television shows.
Beloved radio and TV personality, Jeremy Mansfield, passed away this morning following his battle with cancer. Our heartfelt condolences to his loved ones 💙💙💙
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— Carte Blanche (@carteblanchetv) October 31, 2022
His TV shows ‘A Word or Two’ and ‘Laugh Out Loud’ ran for ten seasons.
He passed away last night, and social media is filled with tributes, including one from his friend Sam Cowen.