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Hank Goldberg: family, wife, children, net worth, cause of death

Hank Goldberg

Hank Goldberg is a South Florida sports radio and television legend whose outspoken personality gave him the moniker “Hammerin’ Hank” and rocketed him to national stardom as a reporter and prognosticator. Hammerin’ Hank has suffered from various deadly health conditions throughout his life.

In 2015, the legendary broadcaster was diagnosed with kidney failure caused by diabetes. In October 2021, his right leg was amputated below the knee. Goldberg had been suffering from chronic kidney disease for the last seven years before his demise on July 4th, 2022.

Who is Hank Goldberg?

Henry Edward Goldberg is a former ESPN executive who was the vice president of programming and production for the network. He oversaw all aspects of ESPN’s on-air talent, including SportsLine, NFL Live, NBA Tonight, Baseball Tonight, and College Football Live.

Hank Goldberg cause of death

Goldberg passed away at his Las Vegas residence on July 4th, 2022, after a seven-year battle with chronic kidney disease. His sudden death news was first confirmed by his sister. Liz claims that during the past two years, despite his health issues, Hank has continued to work nonstop while juggling a heavy workload.

How old was Hank Goldberg?

Hank Goldberg was born on July 4th, 1940, in Newark, New Jersey, USA. Ironically, he passed away at the age of 82 on July 4th, 2022, the same day that he was born.

Who are they Hank Goldberg family, wife, children?

Although Goldberg dated Katie Couric while they were both working at WTVJ, he remained a bachelor his entire life and never married. He also had no children before his death. 

Hank Goldberg’s net worth at the time of his death

Hank Goldberg’s estimated net worth was around $2 million at the time of his demise. His fortunes amassed from his career as an ESPN reporter and handicapping expert.

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