Home » Who was Doug Ericksen?(Washington State Senator Doug Ericksen Dies at 52 Following COVID-19 Diagnosis ) Wiki, Bio, Age,Cause of Death,Family,Facebook,Spouse,Net Worth, Instagram, Twitter & Quick Facts
Celebrity Top Stories Trending News UK News USA USA News World News

Who was Doug Ericksen?(Washington State Senator Doug Ericksen Dies at 52 Following COVID-19 Diagnosis ) Wiki, Bio, Age,Cause of Death,Family,Facebook,Spouse,Net Worth, Instagram, Twitter & Quick Facts

Doug Ericksen

Doug Ericksen Wiki

                                           Doug Ericksen Biography

Who was Doug Ericksen ?

Washington State Senator Doug Ericksen, a staunch conservative, has died at age 52.

Douglas John Ericksen was an American politician and lobbyist who served as a member of the Washington State Senate, representing the 42nd district from 2011 to 2021. Ericksen was the ranking member of the body’s Energy, Environment, and Telecommunications Committee. Wikipedia

How old was Doug Ericksen ?

He was January 28, 1969, Bellingham, Washington, United States.

Cause of Death

Died: December 17, 2021.

Ericksen’s death on Friday came weeks after he said he had tested positive for the coronavirus while in El Salvador, although his cause of death was not immediately revealed. The state Senate Republican Caucus confirmed his death on Saturday.

Ericksen, a Ferndale Republican, approached his Republican colleagues last month saying he had traveled to El Salvador and tested positive for COVID-19 shortly after his arrival. The reasons for his visit were unclear.

In a message to members of the State House and Senate, Ericksen asked for advice on how to receive monoclonal antibodies, which were not available in the Latin American nation.

He soon organized a medical evacuation flight from El Salvador, said former state representative Luanne Van Werven. Van Werven said the following week that the senator was recovering in a Florida hospital. No further information on his location or status has been released.

Donald Trump’s campaign in Washington

Ericksen represented District 42 in Whatcom County and had been in the Legislature since 1998, the Seattle Times reported. He served six terms in the state House of Representatives before being elected to the Senate in 2010.

Ericksen was a former leader of Donald Trump’s campaign in Washington. He was also an outspoken critic of Democratic Gov. Jay Inslee’s COVID-19 emergency orders and had introduced legislation intended to protect the rights of people who do not want to get vaccinated.

It was unclear if Ericksen had been inoculated against the coronavirus. The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say that people should be fully vaccinated before visiting El Salvador, where current COVID-19 levels are “high.”

Statement

Senate Republican Leader John Braun also issued a statement via the Washington State Senate Republican Caucus website after Ericksen’s death.

“I am deeply saddened by the news that Doug passed away yesterday. My prayers and thoughts go out to his wife, Tasha, and his daughters,” Braun wrote. “Doug could be larger than life and our caucus will miss him dearly. He was passionate about his duties as a member of the Legislature and was dedicated to his constituents.”

Ericksen is survived by his wife Tasha and his two daughters, Elsa and Addi.

Twitter

On Saturday, Washington State Lieutenant Governor Denny Heck wrote on Twitter: “I am deeply saddened to learn that Senator Doug Ericksen passed away on Friday. My heart goes out to Tasha, Elsa and Addi, who have lost a husband and a Father. May they find peace and compassion during this difficult time. Everyone in the Senate is thinking of them. “

Sponsored Links