When the well-known tv-man Kent Nikolajsen will be buried later this week, so it happens under privately and without the press in attendance.
It happens according to the wishes of the family.
The former tv-host at DR Sporten and host on the 'Pure word of god for money' passed away on Thursday morning last week, after he in summer had been affected by cancer in the esophagus. He was 48 years old.
'My husband was both a public and a private person. We have in the family a great deal of respect for my husband's funeral service, therefore, may have the press interest, when we both in the family, friends and colleagues from his professional life, taking leave of him. But we ask in all kindness that the press didn't show up at our last goodbye. The last farewell we will all respect like to keep out of the public eyes. Thank you,' says his wife, Linda Nikolajsen in a press release issued by the production company Metronome, where Kent Nikolajsen was the managing director.
in Addition, the family has no comments.
The sad news of his death was even shared by the workplace in a press release Thursday.
Here it sounded.
'It is with great sadness to have to announce that our director, close friend and dear colleague Kent Nikolajsen is dead today at 12 at his home in Ringsted, surrounded by his whole family.'
'We know that Kent dream still had life, it was a life he truly loved, and his work on the Metronome was a high priority. Therefore it has also been difficult for Kent to let go of life, and he has fought hard and bravely against cancer for the past many months, but unfortunately had the cancer already got a good grip in the kent's body before it was discovered in the month of June.'
Danish well-known - 10. jan. 2019 - at. 16:07 Kent Nikolajsen's death: Was only 48 years old
Kent Nikolajsen made his debut as a nyhedsvært on TV the South and worked on a number of TV2 regions, before in 1995 he was employed at the DR as a sports journalist.
Here he was later the host of DR Sport and has since also hosted on the consumer programme 'Pure word of god for money' in 2001.