TV icon Leila Benitez passes away due to COVID-19
Television and radio icon Leila Benitez has passed away due to COVID-19. She was 89 years old.
Eddie Ilarde, Benitez’ former co-host in “Student Canteen” confirmed the news on DzBB. “Student Canteen” was a popular radio and TV lunch time show in the early 1960s.Benitez died on April 9 in New York. According to a report by CNN, Benitez died “peacefully” at Mt. Sinai Hospital in Manhattan.
She is survived by her three sons — Gerry, Gil and Martin — and four grandchildren.Benitez was predeceased by her husband of 38 years, Donald McCollum, founder of the first marketing and television research company in the United States. Read more: Manila Bulletin News »
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