Bob Neumeier Obituary – Unbelievable telecaster Bob Neumeier, a Massachusetts local who had a conspicuous vocation in Boston, died Saturday at age 70.
Neumeier, who was hospitalized in 2014 in the wake of experiencing a stroke, experienced late wellbeing difficulties.
Neumeier’s significant other Michele Ucci told the Boston Globe her better half experienced a congestive cardiovascular breakdown and coronary illness and had been in hospice care for the beyond about two months. Neumeier kicked the bucket calmly at his home with Ucci close by.
Accolades poured in Sunday for the long-term sportscaster from previous associates who regarded his work and approachable nature.
Neumeier’s first occupation in communicating came in 1975 on WTIC in Hartford, Conn., calling in the depth of hockey games for the New England Whalers (later the NHL’s Hartford Whalers).
He went through 20 years with WBZ-TV in Boston as an anchor and correspondent. He additionally called in-depth for the Boston Bruins on WBZ Radio for a while.
The Boston Bruins delivered an assertion on Twitter saying they are disheartened by Neumeier’s demise.