Former ‘Irish Examiner’ Owner & Businessman Ted Crosbie Died Aged 91

Former ‘Irish Examiner’ Owner & Businessman Ted Crosbie Died Aged 91:- This is to make you inform that former Irish Examiner Ted Crosbie is no more, he has passed away. We are saddened to announce this news. He was the great-grandson of Thomas Crosbie. Tributes and condolences are being poured by Ted Crosbie’s beloved ones. Since Ted Crosbie’s death news has been confirmed people started mourning his death. Do you know what was Ted Crosbie’s age when he breathed his last breath? And what was his cause of death? There are a number of questions that have to be answered. So be sticky with this page and keep reading this article for more detail.

Former Irish Examiner Owner & Cork Businessman Ted Crosbie Died Aged

Businessman Ted Crosbie Died Aged 91

As mentioned, he was the grandson of Thomas Crosbie who took over the Cork Examiner Newspaper in 1872. Meanwhile, Ted Crosbie was born in 1931 as Thomas Edward Crosbie. Now, Ted Crosbie’s son named Tom Crosbie also paid a tribute to his late father. Tom said that his father was highly dedicated to his work and he was always aware of the position of the Examiner in the community and its importance to that community.

The official statement given by Ted Crosbie’s son reads, “He was a great newsman and a great newspaperman — he got it. He knew the importance of professional journalism, the importance of independent journalism — independence with a small ‘i’.”

“He grew up in the business. There were three generations before him and when we talk about dad’s legacy, he was continuing what was passed down from previous generations. He had three great loves — his love of his family, his love of the paper, and his love of his homeplace Cork.”

As per Ted Crosbie’s son’s statement, he died after completing a life span of 91 years. However, it is needless to say, Ted might have died naturally as he had turned old enough by the time of his death. According to the source, Ted used to go to Christian Brothers College (CBC) for his higher education while he also used to go to the paper office where he learned the basics and ins & outs of the business from the root level.

Reportedly, he gained his Bachelor’s degree in Science from the University College Cork in 1952. Later he went on to join his family company known as Thomas Crosbie Holdings where he worked as the technical director and chief executive officer.

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