Geoff Hart, a beloved morning anchor for the WYFF television station in Greenville, South Carolina, has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease. According to a WYFF 4 news report, Hart went on medical leave in December 2020 and is now sharing details of his battle with Alzheimer’s disease.
In a statement posted in a WYFF story on Hart, WYFF 4 President and General Manager John Humphries said, “The WYFF 4 family is heartbroken by the news,”
“Geoff is a part of our family, and we love him. We will continue to support him as he leaves to focus on his health and spend time with his family.”
He is around 55-60 years old. Geoff Hart’s age is unknown. According to online reports, he is just 58 years old.
Hart has been a regular on Greenville television since 1993 when he joined the station as sports director. According to WYFF-TV, he joined the news desk in 2011. He was the Sports Director for 18 years, during which time he became well-known in the community for his famous “Hart Stoppers” segments. Geoff joined the Hearst Television team in Italy in 2006 to cover the Winter Olympics in Torino.
In 2011, he decided to change his focus and moved to the news desk, where he has been waking up with viewers on weekday mornings since then.
He has emceed many community activities, including the Special Olympics, and has shared the stories of our local teachers through the Golden Apple Award.
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