Brenda Buttner Passed away, Fox News host, dead at 55 after cancer battle | brenda buttner cancer | brenda buttner illness
Brenda Buttner (born May 22, 1961 in San Francisco, California – died February 20, 2017) was a senior business correspondent and host of Bulls & Bears on Fox News Channel. She also frequently contributed to Your World with Neil Cavuto.
Brenda Buttner, host of Fox News’ Bulls & Bears, has passed away at 55. Her longtime colleague Neil Cavuto reported on the tragic news this afternoon with a moving, emotional tribute to his friend and colleague.
Buttner had been battling cancer for a while and had received lots of well-wishes from fans on Twitter.
Goodbye to Brenda Buttner, one of the sweetest and smartest people I had the pleasure to know at Fox. Rest In Peace, my wonderful friend.
— Julie Roginsky (@julieroginsky) February 20, 2017
Buttner Had Been Fighting Cancer for More Than a Year
Thanks so much, Mark. Fighting cancer. You are kind to send thoughts and prayers. I so appreciate your kindness. https://t.co/djqRYiC4r3
— brenda buttner (@brendabuttner) August 12, 2016
Buttner is survived by her two daughters, Rebecca and Rachel Adkins.
She and her ex-husband, Tom Adkins, were married from 2005 to 2010, when the divorced. Adkins is a political pundit who has also appeared on Fox News.
Buttner was a resident of Ridgewood, New Jersey.
Brenda Buttner, a senior business correspondent for “Bulls & Bears” on Fox News, has died of cancer. She was 55.
Her Fox News co-worker Neil Cavuto made the announcement in an emotional tribute on Monday.
Brenda Buttner had been battling cancer since at least late 2015, when she talked about her fight with the disease on Twitter for the first time.
My daughter at the polling place at 6am, very excited and proud to vote for the first vote. May we all celebrate this privilege as she does! pic.twitter.com/IuZtqKdM8N
— brenda buttner (@brendabuttner) November 8, 2016