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Andy Rooney Dead at 92

Andy Rooney Dead at 92

60 Minutes commentator Andy Rooney died in New York at the age of 92 on Friday (November 4) after complications from unspecified minor surgery.

“Words cannot adequately express Andy‘s contribution to the world of journalism and the impact he made — as a colleague and a friend — upon everybody at CBS,” CBS CEO Les Moonves said in a statement.

“It’s a sad day for everyone at CBS News,” added CBS News Chairman Jeff Fager.

Our deepest condolences go out to Andy‘s friends and family.

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14 Responses to “Andy Rooney Dead at 92”

  1. 1
    1 Hour Says:

    R.I.P he had a long illustrious career.

  2. 2
    ali Says:

    RIP .

  3. 3
    Roxy Says:

    RIP

  4. 4
    Susan Says:

    RIP Mr. Rooney. My condolences to his family and friends.

  5. 5
    libs Says:

    His Liberal Biased commentary kept him on air way past his expiration date…RIP Leftie

  6. 6
    Ann Says:

    RIP :(

  7. 7
    Saben Says:

    I guess he shouldn’t have retired! RIP Andy. You always called it like you saw it, and I liked that about you!

  8. 8
    Carla Says:

    RIP

  9. 9
    Okay? Says:

    RIP in peace Mr. Rooney. You are the end of a truly great era. He wass old school. Liberals of today cannot even touch a man of his stature. He called it as he saw it, and had real balls. I am going to miss him.

  10. 10
    pinkydoo Says:

    I got confused and thought it said Mickey Rooney. I would have been mroe upset about him!

  11. 11
    Mejay Says:

    How sad

  12. 12
    Alissa Says:

    Dead at 92 and not a moment too soon.

  13. 13
    Zoe Moon Says:

    What a sad day! I remember as kid watching 60 minutes with my family every Sunday. It was a requirement. My favorite pieces were Mr. Rooney’s commentaries towards the end of the show. RIP, you will be missed!

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    Zoe Moon Says:

    What a sad day! I remember as kid watching 60 minutes with my family every Sunday. It was a requirement. My favorite pieces were Mr. Rooney’s commentaries towards the end of the show. RIP, you will be missed!

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