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Longtime KWCH Anchor Roger Cornish Died Of Liver Disease At 66

Roger Cornish obituary

Roger Cornish Death – Obituary:  66-year -old longtime KWCH Anchor Roger Cornish has reportedly passed away on Wednesday, 7 July, 2021. The cause of death was said to be liver disease, Roger had suffered from liver disease for a long time which sadly claimed his life.

According to sources, Roger started as a camera operator at our KTVH studios in Hutchinson when he was still 17 years old, in 1972. His handwork and work diligence moves him from producing and reporting to anchoring newscasts.

During his career, he earned many awards, and after more than four decades in the business, Cornish retired in 2018. W send our heartfelt condolences to his family and loved ones.

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Reactions On Roger Cornish Death:

Wichita Eagle posted on Facebook, ”Longtime Wichita TV anchor Roger Cornish has died at age 66. Here’s a video from our archives when he announced his retirement in 2018…”

Wichita By E.B.  tweeted, ‘As a kid, the faces I remember most while watching the news was the KWCH team of Merril Teller, Susan Peters who would then be replaced by Cindy Close, and of course Roger Cornish who passed away earlier today. They were like celebrities to me.  He had one of those distinct made for TV voices that I can still he point out to this day. R.I.P. Roger…”

Angela Monroe also tweeted, ”I’m very saddened to learn of the death of longtime Wichita anchor, Roger Cornish. I worked with him for a short time, but in that time I learned he was a kind person with a great sense of humor and a talented anchor.  Cornish will be missed by many. Condolences to his loved ones…”