Tim Cable Obituary – Death
Tim Cable Obituary – Death : Tim Cable of Tri-Cities news has died. His wife “Christina” revealed that he died due to covid-19 complications after being hospitalized over the weekend.
Over the course of Tim’s career, he showed diligence and dedication towards what he loved and he often hosted weather and sports news on Channel 11 WJHL-TV. Eventually, he went on to create his own show “Cable country” where he featured prominent people and places.
Saturday, 11th of September, 2021 was Christina and Tim’s wedding anniversary and she had this to say about him “I love you more every day and I am honored to say I am Tim Cable’s wife.”
Funeral arrangements / Visitation
There is no news yet from the family concerning funeral arrangements or visitation time. Nothing prepares a person for the loss of a loved one and so at a dire time like this, we extend our warmest condolences to the family of the deceased.
Family, friends and loved ones have taken to their social media platforms to pour out their heartfelt condolences:
Jason Boyer WLOS
Some sad news for me. A former colleague of mine passed away after battling COVID for weeks. Tim was a man of faith and integrity. I will always remember him for his charismatic, kind and humbling personality. R.I.P.
My heart is breaking from the news of Tim Cable’s passing. He was an amazing co-worker. His calm demeanor always got us through the most chaotic of situations.
And man, could he turn a phrase. His Cable Country stories highlighted the best of the Tri-Cities area. In fact, the very first thing I saw when I came to interview for this job 20 years ago, was a Cable Country story.
Tim will be missed by so many, especially his wonderful family.
Heaven gained a good one.
Kathy Phillips Torgerson
Tim Cable was one of the good ones. In the early days of our local Buddy Walk for Down syndrome awareness, I could give him a call and he would do a great interview to promote it; once he featured it on “Cable Country”. The great publicity he gave us really boosted the area’s participation in it. Rest well, Tim.
Carol Joy Livingston
Tim was such a kind man, I called him when my grandfather turned 80 and he came out and filmed
a spot on him because he still worked and drove heavy equipment, we still have the copy and I’m so thankful, we actually used it at my grandfather’s funeral..Thank you Tim Cable and may God Bless your family
So sad to hear this news. Tim was a real jewel to our region, meeting, greeting and telling the stories of so many great people here. Having the medium of television, he inspired so many with his manner, his talent, his stories. Everyone in the tv industry could learn a lot from that; having the platform to inform, inspire and become friends across the air waves that are meaningful to so many and that last. God bless this family during this difficult time.