Steve Lee Death / Obituary | Steve Lee Cause Of Death – Sky Sports And BBC Reorter Died – Dead | Died – Passed Away
Steve Lee Death / Obituary – A legendary BBC former Midlands today sports presenter and reporter, Steve Lee was pronounced dead on August 31, 2020.
Sky Sports journalist and reporter, Steve Lee died at the age of 68 with family, friends and loved ones left in total devastation. Our prayers, thoughts condolences are with the loved ones of the deceased for the great loss. We are yet to observed the deceased obituary, all further details concerning this news will be updated upon confirmation.
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Shocked and saddened to hear of the sudden death of Steve Lee. Grew up watching him and had the pleasure of working with him several times. Lovely, warm and welcoming bloke who will be sorely missed. Can 2020 bugger off!
— Callum Williams (@CalWilliamsComm) August 31, 2020
Genuinely saddened to hear of the death of Steve Lee, a big name in sports broadcasting, not least in the Midlands.
— Matty Paddock (@MattyPaddock) August 31, 2020
All at #SCFC are saddened to learn of the death of journalist Steve Lee, who had reported on the Club for a number of years.
Steve was a consummate professional and a familiar face to TV viewers in the Midlands.
We extend our sincere condolences to his family and friends.
— Stoke City FC (@stokecity) August 31, 2020
Saddened to see the news of the death of BBC Midlands Today’s Steve Lee, aged 68. As a club, we have had many dealings with Midlands Today over the years, Steve included. RIP Steve. pic.twitter.com/pqCowSpntS
— Chasetown FC (@ChasetownFC1954) August 31, 2020
Sorry to hear of the death of Steve Lee, known not only for reading the sports news on Midlands Today but as a presenter of Top Gear Rally Report.
— Ian Sowman (@isowman) August 31, 2020
Very sad news about the death of Steve Lee, aged 68.
If you’ve watched any sort of football results programme or highlights over the past 25 years you will definitely have heard him.
For BBC on Final Score & MOTD or Football League Review & Soccer Saturday for Sky Sports. RIP
— Small Screen Seagulls (@BHAFConTV) August 31, 2020
Very sad to hear of the death of Steve Lee, a fine broadcaster and a good friend pic.twitter.com/KQuPmugIST
— Dave Bradley (@braddersatbbc) August 31, 2020
Shocked to hear of the sudden death of Steve Lee, Steve and I used to take turns to drive to Sky for Football League shows and became good friends, i’m devastated, another one of life’s good guys has been taken from us, RIP my friend
— Mark Tompkins (@marktompkins1) August 31, 2020
So very sad to hear about the death of my friend, fellow Hornet and fellow sports reporter Steve Lee. An unfailingly cheerful, kind and talented man who will be sorely missed by everyone lucky enough to have known him. RIP Steve. COYH.
— John Anderson (@GreatFaceRadio) August 31, 2020
So sad to hear of the sudden death of my former colleague Steve Lee. He was a fine broadcaster, generous in offering help and guidance and great company. RIP
— DAMIAN JOHNSON (@JohnsonDamian) August 31, 2020
Shattering news about former BBC colleague Steve Lee. Always seemed so fit, yet he’s gone. Can’t believe it. First class sports broadcaster and always good company. RIP Steve.
— Nick Owen (@nickowentv) August 31, 2020
Tributes have been pouring in following the death of former Midlands Today sports presenter Steve Lee at the age of 68.
— BBC H and W (@bbchw) September 1, 2020
So very sad, I’ve had many football chats with Steve over the years, especially for hours at the old ronkswood maternity ward at Worcester in December 1998 when we were both waiting to become Fathers. RIP STEVE LEE X
— DAVE ROLLINGS (@ROLLO663) September 1, 2020
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