Who says physical disabilities distorts one’s ability? Australian evangelist, Nick Vujicic, has proved the statement wrong by every means. A successful motivational speaker by profession, a happily married man, a father of two beautiful children, the list of his triumph proceeds.
A similar story is of American syndicated columnist, Charles Krauthammer, who was permanently paralyzed below the waist after encountering a diving board accident, which injured his spinal cord damaging his cervical spinal nerve. After fourteen months of complete bed rest, he completed his graduation from Harvard Medical School.
Since then he never turned back. Instead, he heavily got involved in creating Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders and invested more of his time on research. Later he switched his career to media personality.
Regardless of earning so much of fame and award, he could not defeat Cancer, and at the age of 68, on 2018 June 21, he took his last breath. Today, we will be majorly highlighting Charles salary, net worth, Roby Krauthammer, wiki and bio.
Name & fame; How much salary and net worth did Charles Krauthammer earned?
After embarking his career as political commenter and columnist, he worked as a weekly editor for The Washington Post, which earned him a Pulitzer Prize for Commentary. Further, his leading neoconservative voice and political engagement on advocating both Iraq and Gulf war entitled him with acclaim.
In 1993, June 14, Mc Gill University awarded him with Honorary degree of Doctor of Letters, while on 2013, September 26, he received William F. Buckley, for Media Excellence.
Till 2018, he had added $8 million, a significant amount of net worth by working with The New York Republic since 1981, whereas his salary was around $84,000. Charles was associated with more than 200 newspaper, while his major contribution was as an editor for The Weekly Standard and Inside Washington from 1990.
Highly engrossed in research; Married Robyn Krauthammer or only dated?
Charles and Robyn were college sweethearts. While Robyn was a law student, Charles was a medicine scholar. They both tied nuptial in 1974, at a private ceremony. Even after marriage, Mrs. Krauthammer practiced legal subject. In 1978, she backed out from it in order to become an artist after her husband backed out from the medical field.
The conjugal life did prosper, as they had a son named Daniel Krauthammer, who also took a similar footstep of his father and enrolled himself at Harvard University to study political science and economics.
Lost a battle against Cancer; Charles gives his final statement to his beloved
In 2017, August a cancer tumor was removed from his abdomen. Though the surgery was expected to be a successful one Krauthammer confessed about his cancer revival. In a heartfelt letter written to his colleagues and friends, he disclosed that he had a week to live from 2018, June 8.
On the letter he said, he had lived his life without any kind of regret and he had enjoyed every minute of his survival. He mentioned;
“My doctors tell me their best estimate is that I have only a few weeks left to live. I have been uncharacteristically silent these past ten months.”
“I had thought that silence would soon be coming to an end, but I’m afraid I must tell you that fate has decided on a different course for me. This is the final verdict. My fight is over.”
He took his final breath on 2018, at Atlanta, Georgia.
Wiki & Biography of Charles Krauthammer
American political columnist, Irving Charles Krauthammer was born on1950, March 13 at New York City, the USA to parents Shulim & Thea Krauthammer. He hailed from French-speaking family, despite his parents were Orthodox Jews.
Charles was a Piscian, with a height of 5 feet 8 inches (1.73m). He was of Ashkenazi Jewish ethnicity and American nationality holding a weight of 78kg.
He completed his high school from Herzaliah High School while graduated in economics and political science from Mc Gill University.
Immediately after getting a degree, he joined as Balliol College, Oxford to study politics before joining medicine schools.