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Trudy Haynes Bio, Age Died, Funeral

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Trudy Haynes Bio: Trudy Haynes, America’s first black television reporter, was born on November 23, 1926, in New York City to Marjorie and Percy Daniels.

Haynes was her parents’ only child.

Haynes is a graduate of Forest Hills High School in Queens, Long Island, where she was the lone African-American cheerleader on her team.

Trudy Haynes Bio

Haynes continued his education at Howard University, where he majored in sociology and psychology and graduated in 1947.

She began her career as a weather reporter in 1963 at WXYZ-TV in Detroit, before moving to KYW-TV (now CBS-3) in Philadelphia, where she stayed until 1999.

Haynes was a two-time Lifetime Achievement Award recipient and an Emmy Award winner.



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She was best known for hosting the “Trudy Haynes Show,” a popular internet show that educated viewers about important issues impacting the African-American community, including health, education, and political issues.

Haynes continued to co-host Nazca Network’s Good Day, Good Health! after she retired, an interactive show that encourages people to live better lives. Trudy Haynes Bio

Trudy Haynes Age Died

Haynes died at age 95 on June 7, 2022.

Trudy Haynes Funeral

Funeral arrangements for the late television legend are being finalized and will be made public as soon as possible.

 



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