Howard Bragman Obituary, Death – According to an entry in a diary that was written by Howard Bragman’s friend, Mike Maimone, the entertainment public relations veteran Howard Bragman, who worked in the profession for decades, passed away from leukemia. This information was revealed in the diary entry. He was 66. “The magnitude of our shared loss cannot be overstated.
Howard was a constant in so many of our lives and the brightest star in his wide constellation of friends and family,” Maimone wrote. “Howard was a constant in so many of our lives and the brightest star in his wide constellation of friends and family.” “Howard was a steady presence in the lives of a great number of us, and the brightest light in his vast constellation of friends and family.” “Howard was the brightest light in his huge constellation of friends and family, and he was a constant presence in the lives of a great many of us.”
A person who had a close personal and professional relationship with the publicist was the second person who was able to confirm that Bragman had passed away. The community of journalists and public relations professionals who worked closely with Bragman in his many different capacities were stunned by the news, which initially surfaced late on Saturday, February 11, in the form of condolences posted on social media.
These individuals had worked with Bragman in a variety of capacities over the course of their careers. Throughout the course of his career, Bragman had a number of different positions at a range of companies. Bragman was employed in the field of public relations for a period of time that extended over 40 years. During that time period, he was one of the co-founders of the company known as BNC. BNC was an acronym that stood for Bragman Nyman Cafarelli and would subsequently be merged with PMC. Following that, he established his very own public relations agency and gave it the name Fifteen Minutes PR. He also established LaBrea Media much later on in his life.