Former Fox News Correspondent and White House Press Secretary Tony Snow passed away today after a second battle with colon cancer.
Snow worked for the elder President Bush as a speech writer and in other roles in the media affairs department.
He hosted his own show on Fox in the early '90s before joining Fox News in 1996. He anchored Fox News Sunday and hosted The Tony Snow Show, a syndicated program on Fox news radio.
He faced his first bout with colon cancer in February 2005 but it went into remission after six months of treatment.
Snow replaced former White House Press Secretary Scott McClellan in the spring of 2006. He combined his skills as a journalist and politico and seemed to excel at the position.
When the cancer returned in spring 2007, Snow stayed positive. He continued to work until September when he left the White House to find a new position.
Tony Snow is survived by his wife and three children. He was 53-years-old.
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