The tragic death of Kenny Moore has hit his world so hard, as he was known to be a famous Olympic runner, actor and journalist who passed away from his natural death cause,.
Kenny was a former University of Oregon distance runner. He was also a two-time Olympian who won the medal for his county.
Along with running, he was also a journalist and has also written some books, and screenplays writing.
Kenny Moore Cause Of Death
Kenny Moore, who was a former runner, and journalist died on the 4th of April 2022, from a natural death caused.
Kenny’s death was announced by his wife who said that Kenny passed away on the morning of 7 AM, on the 4th of April.
His cause of death is not made public, but it seems to be natural, as Kenny passed away on his bed peacefully with his family.
Kenny’s wife explained his death by saying that he was already pretty distant, and his breathing stopped peacefully.
As of now, his obituary is not been revealed, as the details about his funeral services are yet to be revealed.
Kenny’s death has brought sorrow towards his family and among many of his olympian friends who have known him for years.
The report according to Oregon Live is that a virtual service is been provided and people can attend the service.
Kenny Moore Family Revealed
Kenny Moore was married to his beautiful wife, Connie Johnston Moore, who he left behind along with his children.
Kenny was married to Connie for a very long time, though the exact date of marriage was never made into public records.
Although we can say it was after his first marriage to Roberta Conlan with who he got married in the year 1968.
The couple later divorced in the year 1979, as the reason was never revealed.
Kenny was a popular and talented athlete, and he was a tough one, with his capability at its best.
Former University of Oregon runner Bob Williams remembered Moore as a tough competitor and training partner.
Moore refused to stop for water during a 15-mile training run, according to Williams.
Moore’s biography of the former University of Oregon coach and Nike co-founder, “Bowerman and the Men of Oregon,” published in 2006, is the definitive work on the subject.
In 1982, he also published “Best Efforts: World Class Runners and Races.” He co-wrote the screenplay for the 1982 film ‘Personal Best.’
Seeing all his achievements, we could say that he did get all the good work along with a greater amount of money. May his soul rest in peace.