David Eager, Steve Eagar’s father died at 85: Cause of death Explained


David Eager, Steve Eagar's father died at 85: Cause of death Explained

Emmy Award-winning reporter Steve Eagar has served as Fox 4 News’ evening news anchor in Dallas since 1995. This week, David Eager, his father, passed away. Take a look at his death and David Eager cause of death

What happened to David Eager?

Steve Eager announced his Father’s passing on his official FaceBook page. The message reads,

My father, 85-year old David Eagar… passed away this week. He had battled/endured Alzheimer’s… which runs in his family. And so it runs in my family. Alzheimer’s always wins and is a horrible horrible horrible enemy of humanity and dignity and every other version of kindness and compassion. It has none! I think he was brave. And humble.
At times we had a difficult relationship as father’s and oldest sons sometimes do. He was my father. I can’t help but think about how things could have been different from beginning to end. But we live our lives and we are good enough. I appreciate him. I wish I had told him that more. Or once. Life is complicated. Love your people!

David Eager cause of death

As mentioned above David has suffered from Alzheimer’s for many years. Steve Eager reveals his father’s cause of death as Alzheimer’s Disease.

Medico topics have been trying to reach out to the family and relatives for comment on the incident. So far no responses have been received. We will update the page once enough information is available. Also, more details on David Eager cause of death will be added soon.

Tributes to David Eager

Bernard said,

HUGS and prayers! As a daughter who’s mom had Alzheimers, you described this horrific disease well. It robs the very dignity of those suffering. And as caretakers, it takes its toll. We must make progress medically for those of us who are in the line of succession.

Kathy said,

Hugs and prayers to you and yours. I had a tough relationship w my dad and finally had to let go of expectations and just try to be the best daughter I could so as to have no regrets. I agree part of mourning is what could have been. Another part is loss of a love source. Know that you are loved!

Sala said,

Prayers for your peace with the past, present, and future, Steve. God has a path for us all and, while He didn’t promise a thornless rose garden, He did provide a way for us to find peace and hope…..He did and does that with His love. Prayers you get to tell your dad what you wish to say …..and more …..when you meet again.

Tina said,

Like most parents, we never really hear the words we want our kids to say; however, we never doubt the love in their hearts. For some it is harder than others. I am sure he knew already how much you appreciated him! Im so sorry for your loss. Prayers for your family!

Janny stain Said,

I also lost my Dad to Alzheimer’s. He battled it for 10 years. It was horrible to watch this brilliant man deteriorate from such a horrible disease. Only in death did my Dad finally have peace. I’m praying they find a cure. Thinking of you and your Family.



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