How did Jovita More Die? How many children did the Channel 2 anchor have?

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Jovita Moore was an American journalist and newscaster on Channel 2 Action News who died in October 2021, seven months after she discovered she had brain cancer.

How Old Was Jovita Moore When She Died?

Jovita Moore died aged 54 in Atlanta, Georgi and left behind two amazing children and one stepdaughter.

How Did Jovita Moore Die? What Was Her Cause Of Death?

In July 2021, Jovita Moore who has been with Channel News since 1998 announced that she had been diagnosed with glioblastoma, a form of cancer that affects the brain or the spine.

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In August, she updated her fans, that she was responding to treatment that had helped her to reduce the size of the brain tumor.

But as fate will have it, Jovita Moore couldn’t survive it and died on October 28, 2021.

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Glioblastoma has no cure as at now, only treatments to slow it down. It’s also not hereditary and also one cannot get it because of their diet or lifetsyle.

How Many Children Did Jovita Moore Have?

Jovita Moore had 2 children with her ex-husband Sean Griffith. The name of her two children are Shelby, 19 and Josh Griffith, 16. She also left behind not just her two biological children but a stepdaughter too called Lauren Griffith.

Jovita More Life Before Channel 2 Action News. 

Jovita has been with Channel 2 Action News since 1998 before her death in 2021, but before moving to WSB-TV, she was at WMC-TV in Memphis and KFSM in Fayetteville and Fort Smith, Arkansas.

Jovita Moore

She had always loved the news and right from childhood, she knew she would want to be in the news business. She had a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Bennington College and also a Master’s of Science Degree in Broadcast Journalism from Columbia University Graduate School.

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