Savannah Guthrie Heartbroken After ‘Adored’ NBC Colleague Larry Edgeworth Dies From Coronavirus

This is so unfortunate.

A beloved member of the NBC spouse and children, Larry Edgeworth, has handed away due to the coronavirus. Savannah Guthrie, who has been doing work from dwelling following presenting flu-like signs and symptoms, was just one of the several who penned her condolences to her previous colleague’s family members.

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Miz Guthrie wrote a heartfelt notice in Larry’s honor on her Instagram:

“My heart breaks this early morning at the loss of NBC audio technician Larry Edgeworth (pictured appropriate) because of to COVID19. I adored Larry. We traveled with each other for two straight months on a campaign in 2008 and he was always the most warm, most expert, most loving. All several hours of the working day and night, no matter how hungry or exhausted or pressured we had been – he was usually a pleasure. He loved his work and excelled at it. He beloved his colleagues and boy did we adore him. Larry, dear, I will pass up you. My deepest condolences and prayers to his relatives.”

She afterwards uploaded a next photo with a small but sweet caption of the two jointly with two other co-personnel, and captioned it:

“The very good aged times with Larry. Rest In Peace.”

Katie Couric, Selma Blair, and Brené Brown ended up amongst these to remark on the 48-year-old’s publish, writing respectively:

“So so unfortunate. Excellent man or woman and a light soul. RIP dear Larry. 💔”

“He appears to be like a wonderful soul. I am sorry”

“I’m so sorry.”

The 61-year-previous leaves driving his spouse Crystal and two sons, and naturally lots of other folks who cherished their time expended with him throughout his 25 decades at the news station in which he worked as an audio technician and in the equipment space. In accordance to his spouse, he did experience from other wellbeing challenges prior to contracting COVID-19.

NBC Information Chairman Andy Deficiency educated staff of Larry’s passing via e-mail, writing in a assertion:

“Many of you had been lucky more than enough to work with Larry more than the years, so you know that he was the person you wanted by your side no matter wherever you were.”

NBC uploaded a movie in his honor to their Insta as effectively:

A video clip which “captures the joy that Larry brought to everyone he met” was also shared from a 2011 vacation to Namibia, shot by NBC producer Robin Sindler, wherever Mr. Edgeworth can be found smiling and giving superior fives to younger children:

We’re sending our love to Larry’s family, good friends, and cherished types in the course of this exceptionally challenging time.

[Image via WENN/Instar & NBC/Instagram.]