A famous TV-face passed away

A famous TV-face passed away

A famous FOX narrator Steve Byrnes died at the age of 56.

A famous FOX narrator Steve Byrnes died at the age of 56.

Steve Byrnes

Steve Byrnes

Steve Byrnes passed away on the 21st of April after a long and courageous fight against cancer that brought attention and support to him from every nook of car racing. Long time he was the NASCAR narrator at FOX sports. In general, he devoted almost 30 years to the work on TV.

Byron died two days after the race for his support in Bristol took place. Steve wasn’t able to be present at the race so he watched it on TV, but even at the death doorstep he was positive and even managed to send response tweets to his fans.

The US president in force, Barak Obama, offered his compassion to Byrnes and called him the fabulous reporter and narrator.

I’m sure that a lot of fans’ thoughts and blessings are with his family

– said Obama at a meeting in White House on Saturday.

Byrnes’ work and genuineness made him as beautiful on the inside as he was on the outside

– said NASCAR CEO Brian France.

When Steve found out about cancer in 2014 he showed no indications of backing down and continued working with the grin on his face even when he heard that the cancer became stronger after the second cycle of medical treatment.

Byrnes died, leaving his wife, Karen and a son – Bryson.

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