John Perkins death: The former IRN Managing director and Journalist has died. John Perkins was the ex-managing director of IRN.
According to reports, John Perkins died after his daughter posted a tweet. John Perkins is best remembered for his involvement in commercial radio in the 1970s.
John Perkins served as IRN’s Managing Director till 2009. After serving as IRN’s managing director for over 20 years, he resigned.
After hearing this news, it is clear that shock has swept over the IRN fraternity. We feel terrible for his family. We are also devastated for John Perkins’s family members.
Many questions are being asked of his loved ones. Keep reading this article and stay on this page. Scroll down and take a look at the image below.
How Did John Perkins Die?
John Perkins’s death news was addressed by his daughter, Polly Perkins. Polly Perkins, John Perkins’s child, posted a touching tweet via Twitter. She wrote: “My sweet, kind, caring and justice-driven horticultural mad father passed away in our arms today. I now understand what it means for me to have a heavy soul. Rest well, Dad. We love you x.”
She did not disclose the reason he died unexpectedly. It is impossible to explain why he died suddenly.
We have been keeping a close eye on this information. We will share any new information as soon as we can. We feel sorry for his family, who are going through a very difficult time.
Many well-known personalities shared tributing messages on social media for John Perkins shortly after his death. Take a look at the following to see what people had to say about John Perkins’s death.
Jonathan Charles stated, “Sorry about John Perkins’s passing. He was a great journalist, and the man who hired me to read IRN bulletins in early 1980s. I can still remember saying the famous outro…..’Independent Radio News, it’s three minutes past ten.”
Paul Rowley, Radio City journalist, said that it was “very sad news.” John was the first lead story on the radio, a story about a council scandal that relates to housing. Radio City launched this month in 1974 and John became the first Local Government Editor.