All Behind CNA Presenter Eugene Loh’s Cause of Death
A famous voice and face from Channel NewsAsia (CNA), Eugene Loh’s cause of death was revealed after the young radio host passed away at the age of 47, on November 19, 2022.
May he rest in power; we send our deepest sympathies to his friends, family, and loved ones in this difficult period.
His company confirmed Mr. Loh’s death, Mediacorp published a statement confirming the heartbreaking news on Saturday, stating it is “deeply saddened” by his death.
The veteran presenter and radio host was famous for his work on radio station CNA938. He’d performed at the station for over two decades. He additionally narrated documentaries for CNA as a voiceover artist and provided commentary for a few National Day parades.
Mediacorp declared in the statement, “We will miss Eugene deeply. This is a heartbreaking loss for Eugene’s family, friends, and colleagues within the Mediacorp family. We offer our deepest condolences and will do all we can to support his family and our staff who are grieving.”
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Eugene Loh’s Cause of Death Related to An Illness
Although there is no official report about Eugene Loh’s cause of death at this time, some announced that he lost his life because of an illness.
Our team does not confirm any rumors about the news, though you can be sure that we are attempting our best to find related information about the tragedy and provide the latest updates as soon as possible; but do not forget that family privacy should be respected.
According to his bio on Mediacorp’s website, he entered their radio division as a fresh graduate from Ngee Ann Polytechnic. In his career with them, he hosted almost every program on the 93.8FM frequency, including morning to evening drive times.
Most recently, he was the anchor of CNA938’s late-night show Night Life, which runs on weekdays from 9-11 pm. From 1998 to 2019, he wrote and presented the “A Slice Of Life” segment on CNA938.
The popular motivational program featured people from Navy crew members to the disabled and those who lost jobs due to the pandemic. Besides this, he was also the station’s creative director, responsible for the sound of the station.
Those with sharp ears might also have recognized his voice when he gave commentary for the National Day Parade and narrated award-winning documentaries for CNA.