Jamie Samuelsen Death / Obituary | How Did Jamie Samuelsen Die ? – Dead – Dies | Cause Of Death – Passed Away
Jamie Samuelsen Death / Obituary – A talented radio host, Jamie Samuelsen was pronounced dead on August 1, 2020, following a battle to cancer.
A legendary Detroit sports radio host,Jamie Samuelsen died at the age of 48, after he lost his courageous battle to cancer, with family, friends and loved ones left in total devastation. We are yet to observed the deceased obituary, all further details concerning this news will be updated upon confirmation.
Reactions And Sharing On Social Media Concerning Jamie Samuelsen Passing
I listened to this man talk to me about sports for 4 hours a day, 5 days a week for the last 5-6 years. Although I didn’t know him, it felt like I did. One of the greatest and all the best to his family & friends. Rip @JamieSamuelsen ❤️?? pic.twitter.com/jMKLKvunKe
— Doug. (@dglsry) August 2, 2020
I met @JamieSamuelsen last summer. Told him I’m a fan of the show. Instead of him just saying thanks, he chatted with me about TBB, wanted 2 know if I had kids and he even introduced me to his son. A great, down 2 earth guy. RIP. Gone but never forgotten. @bobwojnowski @stoney16
— Jason Rupkey (@jason_rupkey) August 2, 2020
I am so sad and sorry to pass this along, at the family’s request. Jamie Samuelsen, the best damn friend you could ever have, a tremendous broadcaster on @971theticketxyt passed away tonight at 48. He was surrounded by his wonderful family, and he went peacefully.
— Bob Wojnowski (@bobwojnowski) August 2, 2020
One of the best to ever do it at @971theticketxyt always enjoyed listening to him and Wojo on my way home from work and more recently him and Stoney on my way to work. A fair commentator with an underrated sense of humor. RIP
— Cody (@compadrecody) August 2, 2020
I just read the sad news Jamie Samuelsen has passed away. Prayers to his family. He was natural and genuine you could tell he loved what he was doing. He is big loss to Detroit area Sports Talk Raidio. Jamie RIP
— Tom malden (@Truebluetom65) August 2, 2020
— Chris Figlak (@bukIsux) August 2, 2020
We are devastated to hear the news of @JamieSamuelsen passing away. So many great memories with such a remarkable man! Our condolences to the Samuelson family and our family at @FOX2News and @971theticketxyt. #RIP ?
— Lady Jane✂️s (@ladyjanes) August 2, 2020
Just like @JamieSamuelsen, gardie has ALWAYS been a class act ? RIP Jamie,yo’ll be missed immensely. Thank you for being brave this week – deciding to share your story publicly 100% for the reason of raising awareness for early testing for colon cancer. Your legacy will live on
— Coach Merucci (@CoachMerucci) August 2, 2020
I remember getting the news from my mom when JP McCarthy passed. We were living in British Columbia. After JP passed, we moved home shortly after. I began listening to Jamie Samuelsen. He reminded me of a young JP, wise beyond his years. Quick wit at just the right moment. RIP JB
— Wolverine Dean (@deangalvin74) August 2, 2020
So I ever met him or anything. But his voice has been in my daily routine in one time-slot or another for a LONG time. Even back when he was on WDFN on the AM radio. This shit hit harder than it should for just a “listener.” RIP! FUCK CANCER !!! @971theticketxyt @JamieSamuelsen
— Kyle Blackmore (@KFB516) August 2, 2020
The first time I met @JamieSamuelsen was at a Tiger’s game and he was with @bobwojnowski and they were the nicest people and he even retweeted me! What a good man and such a fun person to listen to in the morning on the way to work! RIP @JamieSamuelsen you will be missed ❤️
— Katherine Hannenberg (@KatieHannenberg) August 2, 2020
@bobwojnowski I never had the pleasure of meeting Jamie, or you for that matter, but I’ve always thought of you as friends. Thanks for the wonderful tribute to an amazing guy.
Let’s all try to find a way to smile tomorrow. RIP @JamieSamuelsen
— Just AJ (@ajvh1959) August 3, 2020
Not much of a fan of sports talk radio. Too much negativity. But Jamie Samuelsen was an exception. He had the ability to get his opinions across in a clear and thoughtful manner. RIP Jamie. Cancer sucks!
— WHOsays (@BillOffer) August 3, 2020
@JamieSamuelsen you gave the “lions miracle baby” a voice when the Lions finished their season 4-0 and swept the following preseason. They went 0-16 that year… She turns 10 this December. I’ll think fondly of you on her birthday and when the Lions go 16-0 next year. #rip
— superlight (@bradleyreiter) August 3, 2020
I listen to an alarming amount of sports talk radio and Jamie Samuelsen was a regular part of my work day for years. Really sucks that he’s gone. RIP
— Trip Fontaine (@kindasketchyguy) August 3, 2020
Wonderfully said by @bobwojnowski on the life of Jamie Samuelsen. RIP my friend.
— George Eichorn (@DSBA2) August 3, 2020
This is my tribute to an impossibly good man and fantastic friend. I wish I could respond to every single comment, but I’m already drowning in tears. Thank you.
Wojo: Jamie Samuelsen brought out all the goodness, in radio and in life
— Bob Wojnowski (@bobwojnowski) August 3, 2020
I’ve been sick to my stomach for 3 days about @JamieSamuelsen , never had a death by someone i don’t know hit so hard. Extremely sad for his children and wife, RIP Jamie.
— 6’2 ChristianDior (@phdrfriar) August 4, 2020
Finally got around to watching the Last Dance (ep #7) and who happens to appear at the Jordan retirement press conference in 1993 (front row) but none other than Jamie Samuelsen. He would’ve been only 21 at the time, I’m guessing still at Northwestern. RIP #jamiesamuelsen☹️
— ?? Stallion ?? (@Stallion2011) August 4, 2020
RIP Jamie. You were never afraid to take the hard stance and argue your point. You provided us with thought as well as ignited our passion for sports in our city. I know you were a Californian at heart; but we took you in and made you a Detroiter. God bless your family.
— anthony puente (@coachpuente) August 4, 2020
Thanks to Jamie (and Brady), I went to The 2005 NBA Finals because my dad won a contest on their radio station, RIP Jamie Samuelsen, this one hurts
— Jeff Elswick (@NotTheFakeJeffE) August 5, 2020
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