The Weather Channel meteorologist Dave Schwartz has died after a long battle with cancer, according to the station. He was His passion and love of weather will never be forgotten, he will be greatly missed. Schwartz had "beat cancer twice" before his death, according to the news station. Ten years ago, he was given one year to live after being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and an unsuccessful procedure to remove a tumor, the station said.
Weather Channel Meteorologist Dave Schwartz Has Died
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Weather Channel meteorologist Dave Schwartz died this weekend from cancer. He was Weather Channel. The year-old Philadelphia native was a "fan and staff favorite because he so obviously loved what he did and had a unique ability to draw viewers into the fascinating world of weather," The Weather Channel said in a statement announcing Schwartz's death. But the cancer returned a third time in I love the weather.
Dave Schwartz Dies; Weather Channel Meteorologist Was 63
The weather community is mourning the loss of Dave Schwartz, who spent more than 20 years as an on-air meteorologist for The Weather Channel. After battling cancer for 10 years, Schwartz, 63, passed away Saturday. A Philadelphia native and graduate of Temple and Mississippi State universities, Schwartz always knew he wanted to be a meteorologist. I built a weather forecasting kit from Radio Shack my father bought me.
He was The Weather Channel, based in Atlanta, revealed his death on its website but did not say where he died. Schwartz learned he had Stage 2 pancreatic cancer 10 years ago, the station said, but twice overcame it before it resurfaced last year. Schwartz presented an easygoing manner and a gentle sense of humor that made him popular with viewers, the station said. He was born on Feb.