Former B.C. anchor Deb Hope dies at age 67
Deborra Hope, one of B.C. most recognized journalists, has died.
Hope was best known as a reporter and anchor at BCTV’s (now Global) noon, 5 p.m., and flagship 6 p.m. broadcast until she retired at age 59 after a diagnosis of early-onset Alzheimer’s disease. She died at the age of 67.
“It is with very heavy hearts that we announce the passing of our beloved Deb Hope,” Global B.C. said in a statement. “She was one of the most iconic faces in B.C. for decades and will be deeply missed. We are thinking of her family and loved ones.”
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