Las Vegas, Nevada 2020-11-13 15:12:23 –
Las Vegas (KLAS) —According to the family, the famous Steve Shore, who has lived in Las Vegas for a long time, has died.
Schorr worked as a news anchor on a local television station, was a former vice president of Cox Communications, a former executive of the Review-Journal newspaper, wrote an article in Las Vegas.net magazine, and received a lot of attention in the Las Vegas Valley. It was. The main founder of Nevada Child Seekers, a non-profit organization that aims to help families of missing children.
The elementary school in southern Las Vegas is named after Schorr.
His family issued the following statement:
It’s very sad to share that the Las Vegas community and longtime resident of Nevada, Stephen G. Shore, died of natural causes.
For the past 40 years, Steve has been widely recognized by local, state and national organizations for his long-standing involvement with civil society, youth groups and public service agencies. At one point, he served on the board of directors of 20 local nonprofits.
As a former TV news anchor (KSNV channel 3, KLAS channel 8, KTNV channel 13), Steve won national, regional and state awards for news journalism. These include two Emmy Awards for News Anchors, two National Freedom Foundation Awards, a Headliner Award, and an Armstrong Award for Broadcasting.He is Cox Communications Las Vegas Review-Journal newspaper.
Steve has made many achievements in his name, but is most recognized as a longtime spokesman for Cox Communications and was formerly Vice President of Public and Government. He was most proud of his family, including his wife Holly, son Darin, Captain of the Las Vegas Fire Department, the late David Shoal, his grandson, and all his past and present students at Steve Shoal Elementary School of the same name. .. Las Vegas School, 11420 Placid St.
Donations and funerals are pending.
When he heard Schorr’s death, his former colleagues and friends also issued a statement.
“I’m very sad to hear Steve’s death. We worked as a team for almost three years and have been friends ever since. Steve had a deep and unique voice, and I’m still his unique. You can hear the sign-off, “I’m Steve Shore,” with a long-standing focus on E. A solid newsman, Steve is also a great community booster and a tireless cause of charity. I miss Steve and I miss Las Vegas. “
Paula Dilworth Francis, friend and former KLAS-TV newscaster
“My ex-anchor man and friend Steve Shore loved his adoption home in Las Vegas. He could be a rescue dog, a Jewish federation, Crohn’s disease, or a relationship with a child. Spent time to support our community at. Steve always hosted the event and worked in the room. He is particularly proud of the school named after him and Steve. • Gave time and energy to the children of Shore Elementary School. In many ways, the school helped relieve the pain of losing his dear son David eight years ago in a plane accident. Steve devoted himself to helping others as a way to combat David’s unexpected death heartache. Las Vegas lost a special man, and I lost my dear friend I am deeply saddened by Steve’s beloved wife, son Holly, Darin and his grandchildren. “
Sue Roden, friend and former KLAS-TV newscaster
“When Steve was part of the KLAS news team, literally no one worked as hard as Steve or promoted the good side of Las Vegas. Steve’s heart was always looking at the bright side of Las Vegas. That spirit will be lost. “
Bob Stoldal, Former KLAS-TV News Director
“Steve was an absolutely loved and respected person in the city. Everyone greeted him with a smile and everyone talked about a good Steve Shore. He loves his time at KLAS. I’m happy to have worked with him in the last few years. “
Mark Fiero, a friend and former KLAS-TV newscaster