How Did Larry James Passed away? Know Everything About the Longtime KGBT Weatherman

Former Valley Central weatherman Larry James Eunice sadly passed away on Thursday, November 17, 2022, at the age of 85. The passing news was confirmed by the television station through their website.

Keep reading to learn more about the weatherman Larry James, what happened to him, how he died, what was the cause of his death, and much more!

Who was Larry James?

Larry James was born in 1937, in Louisiana, United States. He was a former weatherman who forecasted the weather in the Rio Grande Valley for decades, moved to South Texas in the late 1960s, and worked for the station when it was first known as KGBT. The kind of person he was who was always there for everyone despite being weak himself and telling them to remain positive.

(Larry James was quite private when it comes to his personal life, he didn’t share any of his personal information, including his family, children, and friend to keep them away from media scrutiny.)

What Happened to Larry James?

We are saddened to report the death of longtime weatherman Larry James Eunice. Larry was in his 90s at the time of his death. He passed away on November 17, 2022, at 85 years of age, at his home. The late Larry James was surrounded by his beloved family members at the time of his death.

What Was the Cause of Larry James’ Death?

According to reports, Larry James Eunice died naturally. However, no confirmatory messages about the specific cause of his death have been made by anyone at the time of publishing this post. Further information about his cause of death will be released very soon and the information about his last rites is also unavailable at the time of writing.

Tributes for Larry James ?

Tributes have emerged for him across social media platforms. Many of his colleagues use their tweeter handles to express their disbelief about his death.

Lance Edwards Brown (Former Sports Director): “RIP, Larry was the ultimate professional. Unflappable and the rock for KGBT, especially when the hurricanes blew through. Forgive the cliche, but he was a ‘pro’s pro’

.”Craig Verley (CISD Director of Public Relations and Marketing: “He was such a great mentor to me and so many others. He actually is a major part of how I tend to be when I’m on the air now, whenever I’m having to conduct an interview. A lot of who and what I am is directly relatable to Larry. I learned so many lessons from the man

.”Patricia Guillermo (Sports Reporter): “I grew up watching Larry James on Channel 4. He guided so many families through rough weather with his vast knowledge of weather patterns. He was the go-to weatherman in the Valley during hurricane season. Later it was a great pleasure to work alongside Larry during my years as an anchor and reporter at KGBT-TV.”

Bryan Hale (CBS 4 Chief Meteorologist): “He started in this market way, way back. People and their kids and their parents and their grandparents. Generations of Valley viewers knew Larry James.

Abel Riojas (Former KGBT photographer): “I remember watching him on TV while growing up. I never thought I’d have a chance to work with him one day. It’s funny how life works out. Rest in peace, Larry.”

Our deepest condolences and sympathies to Larry James’ family, friends, and all his loved ones. We are keeping his family in our thoughts and prayers. He was someone who will never be forgotten, and his legacy will remain alive forever. May his soul rest in peace.For more such articles, keep visiting our website. And, we are looking forward to getting your valuable suggestions in the comments section below.