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Rumors about Pewter Report Author Mark Cook’s Cause of Death


Pewter Report’s author Mark Cook’s cause of death is still behind shadows after he reportedly passed away on Thursday (August 13, 2021) at the age of 50. May the legend rest in peace.

On Thursday, the sudden death news was first released by his significant other and 10 Tampa Bay photojournalist Daisey Charlotte.

Mark Cook was the director of editorial content and Bucs beat writer and has written for Pewter Repor since 2011. He had followed the Buccaneers since 1977 when he first started watching football with his Dad and is fond of the 1979 Bucs team that came within 10 points of going to a Super Bowl.

ter Report's author Mark Cook's cause of death is still behind shadows
Image source: Pewter Report

His favorite Bucs game was the 1979 divisional playoff win 24-17 over the Eagles. In his spare time, Cook liked playing guitar, fishing, the beach, and family time.

A native of Pinecrest in Eastern Hillsborough County, Mark Cook had written for many publications such as the Tampa Tribune, In the Field, and Ya’ll Magazine.

Celebrities’ death news always breaks many hearts; however, fans kindly remember memories, and their idols are alive in their hearts even after death.

Many celebrities confirmed the heartbreaking news on their social media accounts; Pewter Report released a statement in its official Twitter account, reading, “The entire @PewterReport staff and PR alumni is saddened & devastated over the passing of @MarkCook1970 – at age 50. He was a GREAT friend & one helluva Pewter Reporter. He LOVED the #Bucs! We’re beyond sad for his family, friends, PR readers & Bucs fans. WE LOVE YOU, COOKIE. RIP.”

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What’s the Story Behind Mark Cook’s Cause of Death?

Although there is no official report about Pewter Report’s author Mark Cook’s cause of death at this time, some users claim he was recently suffering an illness. US day News can not confirm any rumors, but our team is trying to find related information and the latest information as soon as possible.

Many other famous faces also reacted to the tragic news; News anchor at WTSP in Tampa, Allison Kropff, wrote in a statement, “Our hearts are broken to learn this. Longtime Pewter Report writer, Buccaneers fan Mark Cook has passed away. Mark is engaged to one of our photojournalists, @CharlotteDaisey. Daisey, we are here for you and sending you all our love.”

ter Report's author Mark Cook's cause of death is still behind shadows
Image source WTSP.com

American football defensive tackle for the Las Vegas Raiders, Gerald McCoy, tweeted, “Man I hate to hear news like today. Us as athletes have our reservations with growing relationships with the media but @MarkCook1970 was one of the real genuine guys in this crazy business. Hate hearing about his passing. Sending love and prayers to his family.”

The Scrum Sports also said, “We here at the Scrum are at a loss of words. A good friend of ours, Mark Cook, passed away today. We all are deeply saddened by this loss and send or prayers and condolences to his family! This is truly a loss for the Tampa Bay sports market!”

The vice president of editorial content, Cook, first kicked off writing for the Pewter Report in 2011, as we mentioned before he’s additionally been a huge fan of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers since 1977.

Buccaneers’ general manager Jason Licht sent his prayers to Mark’s loved ones and shared he’d be missed by all in the organization. “Prayers are with the Cook family and all his loved ones.  Mark, you were GREAT man and were always a pure joy to be around.  You will be sorely missed by all of us,” Licht announced.

Mark was always there for us during the lean years and has always been a true professional and was an even better person.

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