Dennis Washington Death Reason? The Journalist Passed Away at Just 49

It's very sad to share piece of sad news with you that a very famous personality ‘Dennis Washington' has passed away recently. Dennis Washington, a famous WBRC reporter, multimedia journalist and metrologist has died at only 49 passed away at around 10:37 am this morning, Tuesday, February 14, 2023,  after a long and hard-fought battle with leukemia, which is a cancer of the blood-forming tissues, including bone marrow, that hinders the ability to fight infections, according to Popular WBRC reporter.

Currently, the whole social media grieving his death. It is very shocking and painful news for his family as they lost their beloved person of the family. Now many people are very curious to know about Dennis Washington and his cause of death. Here we have more information about the news and we will share it with you in this article.

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A Twitter user, Carson Young, shared his condolences through a tweet on his Twitter handle, Young_shots.

Who Was Dennis Washington?

Dennis Washington is a multimedia communications specialist for Alabama Power in Birmingham, Alabama. In his spare time, he helps church leaders develop successful growth plans via social media evangelism and deliberate communication strategies.

Dennis started working for Alabama Power as a freelance contractor in March 2016. In March 2019 he joined Alabama Power full-time as a multimedia communications specialist where he provides social media and live streaming support for Alabama NewsCenter, the company’s “good news from home” website.

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For nearly 18 years, Dennis was a storm chaser, photographer, meteorologist, digital content director, and award-winning broadcaster at FOX6 WBRC-TV. He designed and introduced podcasts and live internet streaming for FOX 6.

Dennis worked for over 17 years at WBRC, from December 1995 to May 2013, in Birmingham, Alabama. In March 2016, he started performing independent contractor work for Alabama Power. He later started working full-time at Alabama Power in Birmingham as a multimedia communications specialist as of March 4, 2019.

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