It is with a heavy heart that we say goodbye to Dan Wieden, the co-founder of Wieden+Kennedy and one of the most successful ad executives in the world. Dan passed away on 30 September 2022 at the age of 77.
While many knew him for his accomplishments in advertising, most people didn’t know that Dan was also a champion boxer with an impressive record. He began boxing at the age of 12 and continued to compete throughout his life, winning numerous awards and titles.
Dan was known as a gifted manager and creative guru, and under his leadership, Wieden+Kennedy became one of the most respected agencies in the industry. Some of their most famous campaigns include Nike’s “Just Do It” slogan and Subaru’s “It’s What Makes A Subaru A Subaru.
In a statement released by Wieden+Kennedy, the agency said “Dan was an extraordinary leader, mentor, and friend. He was a genius at creating brands that people loved, and he taught all of us at Wieden+Kennedy how to think big and push boundaries.
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Dan Wieden Cause of Death Explained
Dan Wieden, one of the co-founders of the ad agency Wieden+Kennedy, passed away at his home in Portland on 30 September 2022. The cause of death has not yet been revealed, but the company stated that he died at home while sleeping peacefully with his wife by his side.
Dan was a pioneer in the advertising industry and is credited with creating some of the most iconic commercial campaigns of all time.
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Dan will be deeply missed by all who knew him, but his legacy will live on through the brands he created and the thousands of lives he touched.