Clint Boone Death: Tulsa Meteorologist Clint Boone Dies Unexpectedly, Cause of Death
Clint Boone, a Meteorologist, has passed away on Sunday, February 6, 2022. His death was confirmed by an online post. However, his cause of death has not been revealed.
Clint just started work with KOTV – News On 6 in January, but he had worked in the Tulsa television market for many years.
Clint is survived by his mother, Anita; his father, David; his son, Hunter; and daughter, Emily, and two grandchildren.
Friends, colleagues, Veterans, Officials are sending their heartfelt condolences to his family in respect of his death.
“I am in shock and sad to hear the news of my childhood friend, Meteorologist Clint Boone passing”, Caryn Ross announced.
“Clint & I grew up in Bartlesville, lived on Harned Dr. & went to Ranch Heights Elementary together. We had recently chatted about how ironic that we would end up working for the same company & that they even let us on TV!
Clint was always a light to be around, filled with happiness and never had an unkind word to say about anyone. Sending my ❤️ to his entire family and all the friends who loved him. Clint you will be missed. ❤️❤️❤️”.
“Meteorologist Clint Boone liked to talk about four things more than anything else”, Tyler Butler annouced.
“His family, OSU, his hometown of Bartlesville, and tennis. Last night we got the terrible news that Clint passed away suddenly over the weekend. He was such a nice guy and an absolute pleasure to work with. I anchored many a broadcast alongside him and he really was as much of a gentleman in person as he was on your television sets.
“I know he was thrilled to have recently become a grandfather. It was a pleasure to have known him and I hope his family and friends know how much he was truly loved by those who knew him, and those who watched him for years on Tulsa television”.
“I am waking up to the news of the passing of my friend Clint Boone”, Darren Minor announced.
“I have no words to describe what an incredible person we have lost. Some of my greatest days were spent in Stillwater at blistering hot spring games and freezing cold Bedlam games with my friend Clint.
“He had just scored his dream job, working at KOTV Channel 6. But tracking storms and listening to me whine about missed tackles or lack of rebounding at GIA were not what he cared about the most. Being a Dad and Granddad was all that mattered. I’m going to miss you my friend. #loyalandtrue”.
“We are deeply saddened when we lose someone from our tennis community”, LaFortune Park Tennis Center announced.
“Clint Boone was a big part as he played on many LF teams, he volunteered at camps and would help us with the weather when we had tournaments and events. Clint, you will be greatly missed”.
He will greatly be missed by everyone.