Iconic TV Host Charles Osgood’s Tragic End at 91 – Battling Dementia Takes Its Toll!

Charles Osgood, the beloved host of “CBS Sunday Morning,” has passed away at the age of 91 after a battle with dementia. Recognized for his distinctive bow ties and folksy storytelling, Osgood retired in 2016, concluding a remarkable 45-year career at CBS News. His legacy includes the creation of “The Osgood File,” a radio commentary that aired for nearly 46 years.

Osgood’s versatility garnered him numerous awards, and his warm and intelligent delivery left an enduring impact. A tribute to his legacy is scheduled to be featured on “CBS Sunday Morning” on January 28. He is survived by his wife, Jean, and five children.

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