Ken Squier: What was NASCAR broadcaster Ken Squier cause of death?

Ken Squier
Ken Squier

Ken Squier, the legendary broadcaster who helped rush NASCAR into the spotlight of mainstream America during the 1979 Daytona 500, died Wednesday. He was 88.

Squier’s death was announced by longtime friend and MRN colleague Dave Moody early Thursday morning.

It was later confirmed by WDEV, the Vermont radio station owned by Squier.

What was NASCAR broadcaster Ken Squier cause of death?

Squier’s cause of death has not been released. However, he had been battling health problems in recent years.

Moody had been sharing updates on Squier’s condition via social media prior to his death.

In a thread posted to X on Sunday, Moody detailed several health issues that Squier had battled in recent years.

“The last three years or so have been extremely difficult … with a series of health challenges that included a nasty case of shingles, an near-fatal bout with COVID, a minor stroke and a real recent fall that left him with a fractured pelvis,” Moody wrote. “Amazingly, he seemed well on his way to rebounding yet again, until another medical issue this week proved too much for even Kenley to overcome.”

At the time, Moody relayed a message from Squier’s family that the broadcaster was “almost certainly in his final days.”

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