Journalist Stavros Vranas died

New loss in journalism. Stavros Vranas suddenly left life at the age of 60. The news of his death was made known by . Journalist Stavros Vranas had extensive experience in sports reporting and news editorials, while since 2001 he was editor of material and then editor-in-chief of the newspaper “Espresso”, as the ESEA notes. The deceased leaves behind a husband and two children. The Communication from the ESAA: “The Board of Directors of ESIA with particular sadness announces the loss of fellow Stavros Vranas, who died suddenly yesterday, Sunday, March 10, 2024, at the age of 60. Stavros Vranas was born in Haravgi Kozani in 1964. Journalism began in 1983 in the newspaper “Acropolis”. From 1984 to 1990 he worked as a sports editor in the “Sports Echo”. At the same time he was employed in “Free Opinion” and “Free Time”. He then worked in the newspaper “Good morning”, P/S “Radio A”, ERT, TV and radio of “ANTENNA”, P/S “Flash”, T/S “Seven” while from 2001 he was editor-in-chief of the newspaper “Espresso”. Stavros Vranas has been a journalist with many skills and experience in sports reporting and pension. He was dear to his colleagues and his loss leaves an unfulfilled gap. Calm character and gentle, “he left” unexpectedly from us, immersing his family and friends in mourning. The Board deeply condolences his wife, colleague Elena Solomou and their two beloved children, Paris and Panos and farewells the colleague on his last trip. The details of the fellow’s funeral will be known with a newer announcement.”

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