Fox News Analyst Bob Massi Loses Battle to Cancer at 67

By Miguel Moreno, The Epoch Times
February 7, 2019 Updated: February 7, 2019

Bob Massi, known for his white mane of hair and his nickname “The Property Man” for his real estate expertise, as well as his work as a legal analyst on Fox News, lost his battle with cancer on Feb. 6 at the age of 67.

A montage of the Fox veteran was broadcasted on Fox & Friends to celebrate his life.

From OJ, to the Unabomber, to Michael Jackson—Bob Massi helped his audience understand the legal matters behind these cases and more, according to Fox & Friends.

In 2015, his show “Bob Massi is the Property Man” premiered on Fox Business Network, giving homeowners advice and insights about the housing market.

“As successful as he was, he said the thing he liked most was helping people keep their homes and get their financial life back in order,” said Brian Kilmeade on Fox & Friends.

Massi Loved his Grandchildren

Ainsley Earhardt, another co-host of Fox & Friends, said that Massi had six grandkids—who he called grandbabies—that he loved. Massi was the husband of Lynne Massi and the father of two sons and one daughter. The family made Henderson, Nevada, their home.

Massi was the author of the book “People Get Screwed All the Time: Protecting Yourself from Scams Fraud, Identity Theft, Fine Print and More,” which was published by HarperCollins in 2007, according to Fox 5.

It is unclear how long Massi has been battling cancer, nor were there any known statements from the family made on social media. But it is clear that Bob Massi was adored by his friends and fans.

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