Sportscaster Gary Cruz, who worked in Phoenix, Denver and Los Angeles, dies at age 68
Gary Cruz, a popular sportscaster in Phoenix, Denver and Los Angeles, died Thursday of cancer.
Cruz, 68, was best known for his work in Denver on two television stations (KUSA, KMGH) from 1973-90, a run that included covering four Super Bowl appearances by the Denver Broncos.
He then worked on KCAL in Los Angeles from 1990-97 and KPHO in Phoenix from 1999-2009 before retiring from TV work.
Cruz joined Ryan Woodcock to form a public relations company, CruzWood Communications, that specialized in golf including work with the Waste Management Phoenix Open.
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