Fred Hickman Cause of death? Veteran sports anchor Fred Hickman passed away at 66 

Fred Hickman

The veteran sports anchor Fred Hickman passed away on November 9. He was 66 at the time of his demise. 

Who is Fred Hickman?

Fred Hickman was born on October 17, 1956, in Springfield. His parents were George and Louis. He completed high school at Springfield Southeast and graduated from Coe College. 

He began his career professionally as a News anchor at KLWW-AM and later worked at WFMB -AM. Later he worked as an anchor and sports director for the Springfield television station. He has also been an anchor for ESPN, the YES Network and Fox. He was known for his work as a chorus for CNN’s sport tonight in 1980

Throughout his career, he has achieved many awards and titles. In 1989 and 1993, he was awarded the outstanding host. In 1993 he received the title of series sportscaster from the U.S television fan association. In 2004 he received the York sports Emmy award, and in 2007, he was inducted into the Springfield sports hall of fame. 

He was married to Denise Hickman but called it quits. He later married Sheila Bowers Hickman in 2007. On November 9, the veteran anchor took his last breath at 66. He was survived by his wife Sheila and kids Gabrielle and Mack 

What happened to Fred Hickman?

Fred Hickman passed away on November 9 at the age of 66. His church confirmed the news of his death. However, they did not disclose the nature of his death.

 Many have paid tribute to the veteran anchor and have conveyed their sadness and grief over his passing. 

How did Fred Hickman die?

The reason behind the death of the veteran anchor Fred Hickman is not disclosed. 

The cause of Fred Hickman’s death is not known. The funeral service of Fred Hickman is yet to be announced. 

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