COBB COUNTY, GA. (THECOUNT) — Kara Stockton, a former Atlanta radio host, has died. She was 44.
Stockton, who was not too long ago employed as a producer on Sirius XM’s “Crime Tales with Nancy Grace,” handed away, her household instructed members of the press Friday evening.
Stockton co-hosted information/discuss station 106.7 with Shannon Burke from 2016 to 2019 earlier than transferring on to Sirius XM.
In response to household, Stockton had not too long ago had her gallbladder eliminated and was reportedly having liver issues. She additionally had not too long ago recovered from COVID-19, based on her Fb web page. That stated, a reason for dying stays a thriller. Her brother, Rob, stated she died in her sleep on Thursday.
Stockton wrote about her well being struggles in a Fb submit on Feb. 10.
“I’ve needed to fully lose all sense of delight. I’m again within the hospital. I can’t sit up or down or stroll by myself. They don’t assume it’s any complication from the gallbladder surgical procedure, however they’re undecided … is happening. All I do know is main ache, and I’m going to be right here for some time. Prayers please!”
Stockton grew up in Marietta and labored for Georgia Public Broadcasting and Fox 5 earlier than becoming a member of 106.7 in 2014.