Popular Shatanya Clarke, a Texas News Anchor, Died at the Age of 27 After Being Diagnosed With a Brain Tumour!
As a midday news anchor for KFDZ in her home state of Texas, Shatanya Clarke was recognized for her larger-than-life demeanor. The well-known TV personality died last week at the age of 27, two years after she announced she had been diagnosed with a brain tumour.
Those in her Wichita Falls town remember the anchor for her numerous fundraisers and her network family’s bright cheerfulness. Clarke died on Thursday at her home.
Clarke, on the other hand, did not keep her experiences hidden from her fans, instead publicly sharing them on her YouTube channel.
“The reality is – Bob Marley said it first – you never know how strong you are until being strong is your only choice,
” Clarke, who was born in Jamaica, said in her final video from her “Shantanya’s Road to Recovery” series on her YouTube page, according to Yahoo News.
Clarke began her career at KFDX as a local reporter in 2018 and was elevated to news anchor only a year ago. During the pandemic,
she devised a segment to assist local organizations in raising funds to support their COVID-19-fighting efforts. According to the station, she graduated from Florida A&M University and was a member of the Zeta Phi Beta sorority.
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In a statement, News Director Adam P. Bradshaw stated, “Shatanya had a larger-than-life energy.” “Her humor and personality could make anyone’s day better.”
She had a talent for narrating stories in a way that resonated with the audience. To say our family and community would miss her would be an understatement.”