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Wendell Goler Biography, Age, Wife, Health, White House Correspondent, Retirement, Death

Wendell Goler Biography

Wendell Goler was an American Senior White House and Foreign Affairs correspondent for Fox News Channel where he joined the network on its inception in 1996. He covered several political stories, including the impeachment of President Bill Clinton and President Bush’s post-September 11, 2001 policy initiatives.

Wendell Goler Age

Goler was born on July 26, 1949, and he died on March 3, 2020, aged 70 years.

Wendell Goler Wife

He was married to his beautiful wife Marge but it’s unfortunate that he has left his wife and kids in the entire world.

Wendell Goler Salary

He earned an income salary of between $40, 000 dollars to $90, 000 dollars.

Wendell Goler Net Worth

He was an American Senior White House and Foreign Affairs correspondent who had an estimated net worth of $6 million dollars.

Wendell Goler White House Correspondent

He was the Senior White House and Foreign Affairs correspondent for Fox News Channel, joining the network on its inception in 1996. He served as a White House correspondent for Associated Press Broadcast Services before he joined the FNC.

He was also responsible for all radio and television network coverage of domestic and foreign presidential activities. Wendell Goler was then moved from the White House correspondent position in June 2011 to an expanded role as part of changes in FNC’s Washington Bureau.

He was then replaced by Ed Henry, who moved to FNC from Cable News Network. He anchored all presidential news conferences for the service. Wendell Goler also served as a reporter for several Washington, D.C., stations, including WJLA-TV and WRC-TV, where he was the afternoon drive anchor at WRC-AM. His last day on Fox News was on December 3, 2014.

He sent a letter of his retirement to the New York and Washington bureaus stating, “The time has come, to taste of joys of retirement. My thanks to [Fox News Chairman] Roger [Ailes] for giving me the opportunity to join this endeavor at the start. Thanks to Brit [Hume] for teaching me the power of words.” “Over my 28 years at the White House, I’ve covered 5 presidents, talked with 7 and helped the nation say goodbye to 2 of them,” Goler writes.

“It’s been a great ride. I believe I enjoyed the golden age of broadcasting during that time, but I’m now a dinosaur and I go to join other dinosaurs.” Television news anchor Shepard Smith gave Goler a send-off on his show on his last day which included a mention from White House press secretary Josh Earnest.

Wendell Goler Health|Illness

Wendell Goler’s health was not favorable to him even when he was still a correspondent because he began filling ill some years back and he could resist and that’s why he resigned early.

Wendell Goler Death

Wendell Goler died of Kidney failure on March 3, 2020. Kidney failure occurs when your kidneys lose the ability to sufficiently filter waste from your blood. Many factors can interfere with your kidney health and function, such as toxic exposure to environmental pollutants or certain medications. certain acute and chronic diseases and severe dehydration.

Fox News senior political analyst Brit Hume tweeted: “Very sad to report that longtime Fox News White House correspondent Wendell Goler has died, at age 70.  He was a true professional who did consistently solid and balanced work for Fox. He was also a wonderfully nice man and a good friend. The apparent cause was kidney failure. RIP.” Major Garrett tweeted: “Deeply saddened to learn Wendell Goler has passed away.

I knew & respected Wendell on the #WH beat for years. We became colleagues at @FoxNews & traveled the nation/world covering #WH news. He made me a better reporter, writer & person. Smart. Perceptive. Decent. Funny. #RIP.” Fox News Media CEO Suzanne Scott said, “Wendell was a gifted correspondent, a wonderful colleague and a FOX News original whose reporting was respected on both sides of the aisle.

We extend our deepest condolences to his wife Marge and his entire family.” Fox News anchor Ed Henry said, “Wendell was quite simply a professional at his craft on camera and a true gentleman off camera. I have been getting emails and texts all morning from our many producers on the White House beat who respected his kindness as a mentor, and we’ll all miss his warmth and sense of humor.”

Wendell Goler Funeral

The funeral services will begin at 10:00 AM Monday at Pearce Funeral Home.

Wendell Goler Retirement

Wendell Goler retired on December 3, 2014. During his time at the network, he covered several major political stories, including the impeachment of President Bill Clinton and President Bush’s post-September 11, 2001 policy initiatives. Goler was part of the media panel for questions during the Republican presidential debates in South Carolina and New Hampshire in 2007.

Wendell Goler had also interviewed Hillary Clinton as Secretary of State and former First Lady Laura Bush. “Wendell was a gifted correspondent, a wonderful colleague and a Fox News original whose reporting was respected on both sides of the aisle,” said a statement from Suzanne Scott, CEO of Fox News Media. “We extend our deepest condolences to his wife Marge and his entire family.”

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