What happened to Jovita Moore? To know everything about the Atlanta journalist’s illness and health update, keep reading.
Jovita Moore was an experienced Atlanta news anchor, working with the WSB-TV, who passed away on 29 October 2021.
She also had experience working at other broadcasting companies including WMC-TV and KFSM Channel 5.
Jovita was a part of the Black Journalists and the National Association of Black Journalists.
Jovita Moore Illness: Health Update Today 2021 | What Happened To Her? Dead Or Alive
On 29 October 2021, Jovita Moore passed away during her battle with brain cancer.
She fIrstly discovered her illness, glioblastoma, seven months before in July. It is the aggressive form of brain cancer and the most common one at it. However, it isn’t hereditary and a patient’s lifestyle doesn’t cause it. In April, doctors found that there were two masses on her brain. After surgery, the diagnosis came.
Jovita may have left the Earth, but lives through her mother, two children, a stepdaughter, and fans. At the time of the writing, details on her funeral remain a mystery. Neither her family nor the WSB-TV informed about it.
Hopefully, her soul rests in peace, and her family has enough strength to endure this ordeal.
Jovita Moore Wikipedia
Wikipedia is still to have a dedicated page for the Atlanta journalist Jovita Moore.
She was a New York native, but an Atlanta resident.
Died at the age of 54 years, she probably was born in 1967. She went to Bennington College and obtained a bachelor’s degree of arts, majoring in literature, in 1989. After that, she graduated from the Colombia University – Graduate School of Journalism in 1990 with a master’s degree of science, broadcast journalism.
Beginning her journalism journey with KFSM Channel S as an anchor/reporter in 1990, she had a career worth 30 years. However, WSB-TV was where she spent most of her time, began in 1998 and ended in 2021.
Throughout her career, she received many awards and titles including, several Emmy awards. The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Southeast Chapter awarded her with the Silver Circle in 2017. A member of Leadership Atlanta’s Class of 2007 and Outstanding Atlanta’s Class of 2004, Georgia Trend Magazine featured her in the 2007 list of 40 Under 40.