Craig Wallebeck GX94 Morning News anchor dies at 66, Cause of death Revealed

Craig Wallebeck GX94 Morning News anchor dies at 66, Cause of death Revealed

Craig Wallebeck GX94 Morning News anchor dies at 66. Let’s see more details about Craig Wallebeck in the following paragraphs.

What happened to Craig Wallebeck?

GX94 Announced on its social Media Page that Craig passed away this weekend .

This weekend we lost a radio legend and an amazing friend. GX94 Morning News Anchor Craig Wallebeck passed away Saturday at the age of 66. Craig was always ready and willing to play a game, share a quirky story, or try to stump us with the weekly news quiz on air. Craig will be missed dearly. Condolences to Craig’s family and friends. -Danny

The Harvard team is sending heartfelt condolences to the family of our dear broadcast friend Craig Wallebeck. Craig passed away Saturday at the age of 66. He was a long-time employee of 620 CKRM and most recently at GX 94 in Yorkton.

Craig’s Cause of death

GX94 Radio has lost one of our own. Morning News Anchor Craig Wallebeck passed away on Saturday, at the age of 66.

At this point, it is unknown precisely what led to his death apart from the confirmation of his death and the exact cause of the death of Craig Wallebeck was not released as well.

To learn more about Craig’s death, we are attempting to get in touch with his friends and family. This section will be updated as soon as we learn any new information regarding the tragic event that brought many people to tears.

Who was Craig Wallebeck?

Craig is Morning News Anchor/Reporter at GX94. Wallebeck is a Former Reporter at 91-5 CKPR. He went to William Alberhart High. He lives in Yorkton, Saskatchewan
Craig had been in the radio and television industry for almost fifty years.

He came to Yorkton to do morning news on GX94 in 2013. Last year, he was recognized nationally with the Radio Television Digital News Association Lifetime Achievement Award.

While Craig may have been relatively quiet, he was recognizable as a leading newsman and well respected having recently received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Radio Television Digital News Association.

Craig enjoyed making his signature Jambalaya for station potlucks, he would surprise people with his eclectic style of hats and his sense of fun. We are thinking of Craig’s family and his broadcast family

He had planned to retire at the end of March. Craig’s Favorite quote

“Everybody is dead Dave, everybody is dead”. Holly to Dave Lister in Red Dwarf.

Awards and Appreciations-@RTDNA_Canada Life time Achievement Award

Craig Wallebeck has won and received an @RTDNA_Canada and 2022 Prairie Region Lifetime Achievement Award. His fans expressed gratitude towards Craig “A big hello and thanks to Craig Wallebeck for his years of journalistic dedication and excellence on his last day @CKRM620”

A new conservation area in the province. Mackie Ranch is a hot spot for many birds and is located between Moose Jaw and Swift Current at Chaplin Lake. Congratulations Craig Wallebeck for receiving an @RTDNA_Canada 2022 Regional Lifetime Achievement Award for outstanding service and continued excellence.

Craig Wallebeck- a Great friend for Team Mates

His Colleague Posted a message appreciating Craig. We lost a teammate, compadre, co-worker, and friend. There is a piece of everyone who knew him that has gone missing. This past Friday we lost our Brother In Arms, newsman, Craig Wallebeck.

Craig was an individual who would envelop you in his conversation. His personality commanded his stories and his flair for the unique piqued your attention. I always loved the fact that his quirky sense of humor made me want to join his antics.

From wearing a kilt to expressing himself with a new tattoo, Craig marched to the beat of his drum and I appreciated the impressions he left us. Never one to miss an opportunity to come around the studio or office to say hi, Craigs’ big heart will keep rhythm with my memories of the “Old Walrus” himself. Condolences to Craigs’ family and friends. Rest Easy Craig.

Condolences Posted on Social Media

Dawn Kelly Posted

My deepest condolences to Craig Wallebeck’s family, friends, and co-workers. I worked with Craig decades ago in Thunder Bay and was happy to keep in touch and share a laugh from afar on Facebook. It was wonderful to see him recognized by the RTDNA last year for his career. He was a consummate newsman and gentleman.

Chris A Maxwell Posted

Craig, I was so very lucky to work with you at GX94. Even after I left it was always fun interacting with you on social media. You left a lasting impression on me and many others, and you carried yourself the way a broadcaster should. Sending the deepest condolences to all of Craig’s family and friends in this difficult time.

Paul Posted

My heartfelt condolences to your family and friends Craig. I am so sad to have heard this news. I had the pleasure to work with Craig at GX94 for 7 years. You were a genuine person who I enjoyed chatting with and whom I enjoyed listening to your unique voice as you delivered the news. Rest easy my friend

Danny Ismond Posted

This weekend we lost a true radio legend, and an amazing friend. Craig Wallebeck was a huge part of the GX94 Morning Show with me for the past nine and a half years.  was always ready and willing to play a game, share a quirky story or try to stump me with the weekly news quiz on air. Craig will be missed dearly and my mornings won’t be the same without him.

Michael Ball Posted

My friend Craig Wallebeck started in the Newsroom at Harvard broadcasting 2 weeks after me in 1997. He was a great newsreader and a better person. Such sad news! Craig, you will be missed! I’ll be playing part in one of his first newscasts at the start of my show tomorrow. Condolences to his wife Susan and the rest of the family! #RIP brother

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