Beloved Journalist Passes Away
On Mar 25, 2020, Richard Furman Reeves, an author and a journalist, sadly upheld away. The means of genocide is reported as cardiac arrest, according to his son Jeffrey Reeves. Prior to his death, a 83-year-old had perceived diagnosis for cancer.
His Early Years
Reeves was innate in New York, New York to Furman W. and Dorothy Reeves, on Nov. 28, 1936. The author went to Stevens Institute of Technology Department of Mechanical Engineering in 1960.
After graduating, he was hired as an operative during Ingersoll-Rand Corporation, from 1960- 1961. From there, he went on to be a contributor for a few opposite places: Newark News (Newark, New Jersey), from 1963 to 1965, and a New York Herald Tribune (New York, New York) from 1965-1971.
He furthered his career by apropos a arch domestic match in 1969. The publisher went on to turn an editor/columnist and eventually a inhabitant editor/columnist. He became a techer for a few opposite Universities from 1969 to 1972. Reeves was a highbrow of domestic scholarship from 1992 to 1994. After that, Reeves was a horde of “National Broadcasting Company “ and a documentary “American Journey.”
His Awards and Honors
He perceived a Silver Gavel from a American Bar Association in 1968. In 1980, he won an Emmy for his documentary “Lights, Camera, Politics.” He also won several awards for some of a books he wrote. Reeves wrote books about United States Presidents: Kennedy, Nixon, and Clinton.
He is survived by his 3 children, Fiona, Cynthia, and Jeffery; stepsons Colin and Conor O’Neill; and his 7 grandchildren. May he rest in peace.
By Sheena Robertson
Edited by Jeanette Smith
The NY Times: Richard Reeves, Columnist and Author on Presidents, Dies during 83
Encyclopedia: Reeves, Richard 1936-
The World News: Richard Reeves, Columnist and Author on Presidents, Dies during 83
Stevens Instituts of Technology: Department of Mechanical Engineering
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