Chuck Carlton Obituary, Long-time Dallas Morning News sportswriter Dies At 64

Chuck Carlton Obituary, Death – Long-time Chuck Carlton, who passed away suddenly at the age of 64 and worked as a sportswriter for the Dallas Morning News, was abruptly diagnosed with cancer. On Wednesday, his colleague Kevin Sherrington sent out the tweet that may be found below in relation to it: It has been more than ten years since Carlton first started working at the Morning News, and he is featured in the staff portrait that was taken at the newspaper in the year 2015.

Which was also shot there. His primary area of interest was collegiate sports, particularly those involving the Big 12 Conference and Texas A&M University. Although he covered a wide variety of sports for them, his specialty was covering collegiate competitions. He was in charge of reporting on a diverse array of sports for them. Recently, he was giving an account of the playoff series that was being played out between the Minnesota Wild and the Dallas Stars.

On Saturday, his concluding writings for that series were uploaded to the internet, one day after Game 3 of the series was won, bringing the total number of games won in this series to three. Peter DeBoer, the head coach of the Stars, paid an emotional homage to Carlton in which he expressed his gratitude to Carlton. On Wednesday, Carlton received a message of condolence from Steve Sarkisian, the head football coach for the University of Texas Longhorns. On Wednesday, Steve Sarkisian sent his sympathies to those who had lost a loved one.