Gabriel “Gabo” Piñeiro, former presenter of Canal Nueve and Aspen, died at age 51

Gabriel “Gabo” Piñeiro, former presenter of Canal Nueve and Aspen, died at age 51

Gabriel Piñeiro, better known as Gabo , died at the age of 51. In addition to being one of the historic voices of radio Aspen , she accompanied Ariel Rodríguez Palacios with her humor and witticisms for two years in the Canal Nueve series Qué Mañana! . His death occurred after suffering a cardiac arrest while he was at home.

“This is how I want to remind you, as in the first photo laughing out loud, a great friend , colleague and professional, many stories lived in these years, you will always be in my heart and in that of each one of those who met you, great person , you look to be missed. Goodbye GABO ”, wrote the chef and host, along with a video of him with whoever was his partner, with the song by Los enanitos Verdes“ Amigos ”.

From the Facebook account of their fans, they wrote: “Hello everyone, my name is Marcela, administrator of the page. I can hardly write what many already know. Our beloved and admired Gabriel Piñeiro left. To be grateful for all that he left us in this world, his enormous warmth, professionalism , joy, humility, affection, which those of us who followed him through the media where he walked enjoy. Infinite sadness. Gabo always present ”.

Some time ago he had received his degree as a psychologist and was practicing in a medical center in Florencio Varela. “We learned the sad news of the death of Gabriel Piñeiro, who had joined CMM’s medical team in January to provide psychological care services . The shock is great for his family, friends and also colleagues from the radio / television environment where he worked as a presenter many years ago. A very dear person. Warm, cheerful, always happy ”, he was fired.

Graduated in Psychology from the National University of La Plata and national speaker from the ISER received in 1997, he worked in Aspen, FM Blue and in the Playboy channel in Spain, where he lived for some years, so on his return many friends began to nickname him “Galician”.

In 2014 he won the Martín Fierro for Best Musical Program, for the cycle that had him as host, Aspen Club. He took his first steps in the radio world at RZ1 Radio Cable, a Florencio Varela station, where he was born and raised. In those years, as during his time on the Channel Nine program, he wore extensive dark hair. Aether lover, one of his hobbies was collecting old radio sets, which he used to show through his social networks.

“Be careful what you dream because you can get it. Today is a very special day, of immense happiness. Effort, perseverance and vocation are very important. Thanks to all those who are part of this epic in some way, “he had written on his Instagram account just two months ago when he received his Bachelor’s degree, after having received it at the end of July, in the midst of the pandemic.

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