Born on July 2, 1951, in Springfield, Massachusetts, United States, Anne Longworth Garrels was an American broadcast journalist.
She is best known for her work as a foreign correspondent for National Public Radio, as well as ABC and NBC.
The broadcast journalist has passed away. Keep reading to know more about her cause of death, age, husband, children, net Worth, funeral, and more.
Anne Garrels Cause of Death
Anne Garrels died from lung cancer on September 7, 2022, in Norfolk Historic District, Connecticut, United States.
Anne Garrels Age
She was 71 years old at the time of death.
Anne Garrels Family
Get to know more about Garrels’ husband, children, parents, and siblings.
Anne Garrels Husband: Was She Married?
J. Vinton Lawrence was the husband of Anne Garrels. The couple got married in 1986 until Lawrence’s death from leukemia in 2016.
Lawrence was one of two CIA paramilitary officers from the Special Activities Division stationed in Laos in the early 1960s.
He worked with the Hmong tribesman and the CIA-owned airline Air America until his death in April 2016.
Anne Garrels Children: Did She Have Kids?
The American broadcast journalist, Anne Garrels, did not have her biological children but she had two stepdaughters; Rebecca Lawrence and Gabrielle Strand.
Anne Garrels Parents (Father & Mother)
Garrels’ parents’ names are unknown, however, her father was known to work as an executive for Monsanto.
Anne Garrels Siblings (Brother & Sister)
There are no records of Gerrels’ siblings. It’s unknown whether she had a brother or sister.
Anne Garrels Net Worth
Anne Garrels has an estimated net worth of $2 million at the time of death in 2022.
Anne Garrels Funeral
Her funeral will be held very soon, arrangements have not been put in place yet.