Andy Rooney Surgery

November 5, 2011 by staff 

Andy Rooney Surgery, Andy Rooney, a longtime resident of Fairfield County ? ? still has a home in Rowayton, died Friday at a hospital in New York of complications following minor surgery. He was 92.

Rooney was a staple of “60 Minutes”, ending the show off with his brilliant and often funny commentary on the little things in life that sometimes make a big deal of “and great things in the world which are sometimes very small.

Rooney, who started in 1978 ? your comments, critics such as air travel had become unpleasant. “We will make a statement to the airlines just to get their attention.’ll Pick a week and next year we will all agree not to go anywhere for seven days,” he told viewers.

October 2, 2011, after trial No. 1097, Rooney announced that no longer appear regularly in the series. It was a major loss for a show that began in the 1970s, and devastating to the people who knew him.

In a statement on the website of CBS News, Jeff Fager, who lives in New Canaan, who is the president of CBS News and executive producer of “60 Minutes” said “It’s a sad day in ’60 Minutes’ and the whole world here at CBS News. It’s hard to imagine not having around Andy. He loved life and lived it in their own terms. We will miss him very much. “

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