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Jamie samuelsen, a veteran sports journalist and radio host in detroit, has died following a battle with colon cancer. he was 48. samuelsen, who hosted a weekday morning talk show on 97.1 the. Jamie samuelsen, a radio personalitywho has been a fixture in the world of detroitsports for more than 20 years, died at the age of 48 on august 1, according to radio station 97.1 the ticket . Jamie samuelsen, his radio partner, died saturday after a 19 month bout with colon cancer. he was 48 years old. “we loved jamie,” stone said. “and as we found out over this weekend, you loved. Ultimately, he remains a father. even as he battles his own health crisis, the well being and security of his children are at the top of his mind. and that is why jamie samuelsen remained quiet. Jamie samuelsen has been a staple of detroitsports radio for nearly a quarter of a century and on july 27, he made a major announcement on his show, jamie & stoney: he has colon cancer, the detroit.
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(wxyz) — jamie samuelsen, the co host of 97.1 the ticket's jamie & stoney show, has passed away from colon cancer, his colleague bob wojnowski tweeted on saturday. he was 48 years old. i am so sad. We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow us. Jamie samuelsen, longtime detroit sports radio personality. Samuelsen, just five days after announcing on the air during his weekday morning show that he had been battling colon cancer for 19 months, died saturday night at his home, surrounded by family. Jamie samuelsen always stuck to the script, the most patient, compassionate, selfless person i’ve ever known. he didn’t stray from his principles, not even when the cancer took over. he never lost.