Radio Host Denise Bohn-Stewart and Husband Eric Stewart Found Dead in Royalton Township, Michigan

By Jack Phillips, Epoch Times
April 19, 2016 11:12 am Last Updated: April 19, 2016 11:12 am

Radio host Denise Bohn-Stewart and her husband Eric Stewart were found dead in a Royalton Township home in St. Joseph, Michigan, on Tuesday morning, according to reports.

WSB-TV reported that Bohn-Stewart, a mother of three, was a host on 98.3 The Coast’s “Denise & Jonny in the Morning.” She was also a reporter on WSB.

“It’s a sad day,” said Berrien County Sheriff Paul Bailey.

Dispatchers got a 911 call this morning before 7 a.m. from a child inside the home who apparently discovered the body of Eric Stewart.

After police were dispatched to 3165 Wyndwicke Drive, they found another body

Police initially described the call as a double-shooting, but they did not immediately disclose any information about the circumstances surrounding their deaths.

WINDU.com reported that police have not confirmed where in the home the bodies were found or if they were found near one another.

Their three children are now under the care of friends and family. None of the children were injured, WOOD-TV reported.

The radio station posted a statement about Denise Bohn-Stewart’s on its Facebook, which read: “We have lost a member of our family at Mid-West Family Broadcasting.”

It read:

We have lost a member of our family at Mid-West Family Broadcasting. 

The Berrien County Sheriff’s Department and Michigan State Police are investigating the death of WSJM video news anchor and 98.3 The Coast morning co-host Denise Bohn Stewart, who was found dead in her home with her husband, Eric Stewart Tuesday morning in the 3100 block of Wyndwicke Drive in Royalton Township. Their three children were home and called 911 just after 6:30 a.m. Denise had also been a news reporter and anchor for WSBT-TV in South Bend prior to returning to Mid-West Family Broadcasting in 2015.
The circumstances surrounding their deaths have not been revealed as yet by investigators.”

Rest in Peace, Denise.