Bob Massi Fox News analyst and host of ‘Bob Massi’ died Wednesday


Bob Massi Fox News analyst and host of ‘Bob Massi’ died Wednesday after a battle with cancer.

Bob Massi, a Nevada lawyer and Fox News legal analyst, died Wednesday after a battle with cancer, his law firm announced Thursday.

Massi, 67, served as a real estate attorney and hosted “Bob Massi Is the Property Man,” which aired on Fox News and Fox Business, Fox News reported.

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Massi also appeared on “Fox & Friends” for regular segments, the network said.

“You might know him as ‘The Property Man,’ to many of us here at Fox News, he was a … cherished colleague and a great friend,” Fox News anchor Shepard Smith said in a Thursday tribute.

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Smith said that Massi joined the network “right when the lights first came on.” He covered high-profile trials, including O.J. Simpson and the Unabomber: “If it was a big trial, Bob was on it,” Smith commented.

Son Robert Massi posted a tribute to his late father to the Massi & Massi Attorneys at Law Facebook page: “My Dad dedicated his professional life to the idea that a fair and just application of the law made us all truly equal. … He truly loved people and helping people was his passion.”

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The law firm offers personal injury, real estate and other legal services, according to its website.


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