Lori Paris Death & Obituary: Canadian Press broadcaster Passed Away due to necrotizing fasciitis after a fall

Lori Paris Death & Obituary: The Canadian Press community mourns the sudden passing of Lori Paris, a beloved broadcaster and newsroom leader, who died at the age of 46 due to necrotizing fasciitis following a fall. Known for her cheerful presence, sarcastic humor, and rigorous work ethic, Lori was admired for her talent, adventurous spirit, and warmth.

Remembering Lori Paris

Rose Kingdon, a colleague and friend, reflected on Lori’s exceptional skills and passion for radio. “She was an excellent broadcaster. She loved radio. She knew what made good radio, and she liked to be part of creating that. That was her skill and her passion,” Kingdon shared in a phone interview on Sunday. Lori’s meticulous nature and high standards made her a key figure in training new staff.

Who Was Lori Paris?

Lori Paris resided in Toronto, Ontario, and was an alumna of South Carleton High School. She pursued journalism at Humber College and attended Carleton University. Lori’s career spanned several notable roles, including journalist positions at Astral Radio and NEWSTALK 1010 CFRB, media relations and communications at Futurpreneur, news anchor at 580 CFRA, and news reporter at CityNews Ottawa and CHEZ 106.

Joining The Canadian Press in 2013, Lori quickly distinguished herself and was promoted to assistant audio editor shortly before her death.

A Life of Adventure and Passion

Lori was an intrepid traveler and a passionate cook, often bringing home new culinary skills from her journeys. Her love for animals was evident, and she left behind two cats and a dog, who were beloved members of her family.

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Lori Paris’s passing leaves a significant void in the lives of her family, friends, and colleagues. Her magnetic personality, dedication to her craft, and adventurous spirit will be remembered and cherished by all who knew her. The Canadian Press community extends its deepest condolences to Lori’s loved ones during this difficult time. Her legacy in broadcasting and the warm memories she created will continue to inspire those who were fortunate enough to know her.