KOMO 4 legend Steve Pool passes away after battle with illness


by KOMO News Staff


November 24, 2023

Steve Pool

It is with a heavy heart that we announce KOMO 4’s Steve Pool passed away this week surrounded by family and friends.

He died on Nov. 22 after a battle with an illness. He was 70-years-old.

Steve was a Seattle broadcasting pioneer on KOMO 4 serving as the station’s beloved weatherman and frequent host of charitable events. He began his career as an intern at the station when he was still a college student at the University of Washington in 1974.

In 1977, he was hired full-time right out of school and never looked back.

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  1. RIP Steve Pool.

    Too many broadcasters are forced by ownership/management to take experimental medical procedures AKA jabs, or lose their jobs.
    Now a number of broadcasters are passing away.

    Where are the presstitutes on this?
    Oh there they are getting their booster and flu combo!

  2. Prostate Cancer and its treatments are very toxic to most men. No one can understand how hard it is to live with the debilitating pain of Cancer unless you personally witness the constant daily destruction of the affected and way it sucks the joy out of even the most positive and wonderful people. Rest in Peace Steve, The rest of us will Soldier on in the hope of better treatments and quality of life.

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