Jim Vance, American news anchor, Died at 75

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James Howard “Jim” Vance III was born on January 10, 1942 and died on July 22, 2017.

He was an American television news anchor in Washington, D.C.

He grew up in Ardmore, Pennsylvania, a suburb west of Philadelphia.

He lived in the neighborhood of Spring Valley in Washington, D.C..

He was married briefly for 10 months when he was 19 and has a daughter Dawn from that marriage.

Jim earned 19 local Emmy Awards.

He worked as co-anchor with Glenn Rinker at WRC-TV, between 1972 and 1976.

He was married briefly for 10 months when he was 19 and has a daughter Dawn from that marriage.

His second marriage also ended in divorce in the mid-1980s.

During 1987, Jim married his third wife, Kathy McCampbell Vance, a television producer and former WRC-TV executive.

Jim Vance other two children are daughter Amani (b. 1972), from his second wife, and son Brendon (b. 1976).

Jim Vance has two grandsons and one granddaughter.

He revealed he was battling cancer in May 2017.

Jim Vance passed away at 75 years old.

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