Pat Warren Obituary

Pat Warren Obituary: When Has the Former Anchor Passed Away?

We regret to inform you of the passing of Pat Warren, a former WJZ reporter and anchor who served for almost 30 years. The Baltimore community as a whole was severely impacted by her passing. You will find all the information on Pat Warren’s life and death on this site.

When Did Pat Warren Die?

Pat Warren, a nearly 30-year colleague, passed away this past weekend on November 27, 2023, and WJZ is in sorrow. Warren was a reporter and anchor at WJZ; she covered the legislature and Annapolis most of the time. Governor Larry Hogan tweeted following his passing, saying:

“It is with deep sorrow that we learn of the passing of Pat Warren, a revered journalist and a familiar face to all who followed Maryland politics. Pat’s tenure at WJZ, especially her coverage of Annapolis and the legislature, reflected the epitome of journalistic excellence.”

“Her reports from the State House were not just informative but a testament to her unwavering commitment to truth and clarity. Her passing is a significant loss to journalism and to Maryland. Her legacy will undoubtedly continue to resonate within the halls of the Capitol and beyond.”

His complete statement is available in the post below:

How Did Pat Warren’s Loved Ones Pay Tribute to Her?

Pat Warren was a reporter and anchor for WJZ, primarily covering Annapolis and the legislature. Pat moved to Canton, Ohio, from Texas in 1992 and joined WJZ. Pat was born and raised in Canton, Ohio. She brought with her professionalism, a strong work ethic, and reporting ability.

Pat Warren Obituary
Pat Warren Obituary

Pat was always precise and eloquent, regardless of the subject. She spoke with Bob Ehrlich, the previous governor, on multiple occasions. There will surely be a stir over Pat’s demise in our workplace and at the Capitol.

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Her loved ones pay tribute to her on social media. Mike Hellgren tweeted, “Our former colleague Pat Warren has died. Rest in Peace, Pat.”

Brandon M. Scott wrote in a tweet, “Pat Warren has walked with me since my councilman days, a no-nonsense reporter who always kept it real on all things Baltimore. Her time at WJZ has shaped Baltimore’s news scene and impacted generations.”

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