What Happened To Pat Goss? Death Cause & Obituary

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What happened to Pat Goss? Here’s what we know about his death cause and health problems.

Pat Goss was an American TV/radio personality.

He was well-known for his appearance on the automotive series, MotorWeek.

As per the recent reports, Pat passed away. Before the sad event, he was on the verge of opening a car shop in Annapolis. Moreover, he was the owner of several others.

What Happened To Pat Goss? Death Cause & Obituary

As per the reports, on 19 March 2022, Pat Goss unexpectedly died.

MotorWeek made an official announcement through its social media accounts. The automotive series paid tribute to the late host of the show’s segment, Goss’ Garage. His latest appearance was on 16 March.

Pat appeared in the show that aired on Maryland Public Television over 41 seasons, serving as the resident master technician and sharing maintenance advice/car knowledge.

Likewise, many people, including Gannett’s Midwest DOT Lead Producer Joe Tamborello, also expressed their pain.

The cause of his death remains a mystery as the source didn’t mention anything about it. Nevertheless, some media outlets report Pat had some complications due to medications.

Likewise, he hadn’t revealed anything related to his health condition before the saddening news. At his death, Pat was 76 years old.

The funeral details, including date and venue, also remain unknown. Hopefully, Pat’s soul rests peacefully, and his family fares through this grieving time.

Pat Goss Wiki

Pat Goss was a well-known radio/television personality.

His career as a mechanic began at Rollins Park Shell, Rockville, Maryland. He was the owner and manager of Goss’ Garage, an automobile repair shop in Lanham-Seabrook Marland, from 1966 to 2022.

Pat worked on Talk Radio 3WT from 2006 and 2008. Similarly, his radio career also saw him taking cars on WJFK-FM.

As for his television journey, TBD TV in Washington D.C. was one of the stops. Likewise, he was a feature on The Washington Post’s live chat to answer car questions.

In addition to that, he was Carchex’s spokesperson. The company offers services for automobile dealers and consumer assurance services.

Moreover, Goss was also entertaining the people with his car knowledge through the Goss’ Garage Radio Show on YouTube.

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