Charles Templeton cause of death

Charles Templeton’s Death – Cause and Date

Born (Birthday) October 7, 1915

Death Date June 7, 2001

Age of Death 85 years

Cause of Death Alzheimer's Disease

Profession Radio Host

The radio host Charles Templeton died at the age of 85. Here is all you want to know and more!

Biography - A Short Wiki

A Canadian author, broadcaster, and Evangelical Christian-turned-agnostic, he is known for hosting the daily radio show, Dialogue. His published works include Act of God (1977) and The Third Temptation (1980).

He managed to find work as a sports cartoonist for The Golden Mail during the Great Depression. After converting to Christianity in the mid-1930s, he founded a Toronto evangelical church called Avenue Road Church of the Nazarene.

His 1975 novel, The Kidnapping of the President, was later turned into a feature film.

Personal Life

He was married three times– to Constance Oroczy,
Sylvia Murphy, and Madeleine Stevens Leger– and he fathered four children. His three sons were named Michael, Tyrone, and Bradley, and his daughter was named Deborah.

Bryan O’Malley is another famous Canadian cartoonist.

How did Charles Templeton die?

On June 7, 2001, Charles Templeton died from Alzheimer’s disease.