Michael J. Feeney

Noted journalist Michael J. Feeney dies at 32

Journalist and former New York Association of Black Journalists President Michael J. Feeney has died. He was 32. Feeney passed Sunday from complications while being treated for a staph infection in his kidneys, according to his mother Reba Willis. He previously worked for the New York Daily News, The Record in Bergen County, N.J., the Associated Press and was also a freelance writer for Ebony magazine, NBC News and TheGrio.com. Prior to his death, Feeney was preparing for a position he accepted at CNN as an entertainment reporter. National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) President Sarah Glover said Feeney was