Victor Gold, American journalist and press secretary, Died at 88


Victor (Vic) Gold was born on September 25, 1928,in East St. Louis, Illinois and died June 5, 2017.

He was an American journalist, author, and Republican political consultant.

He spent most of his career as a political consultant, which spanned the period from the 1964 Presidential candidacy of Barry Gold.

grew up in New Orleans, Louisiana, where he attended New Orleans public schools and Tulane University.

Following his graduation from Tulane he worked as a reporter-correspondent for the Birmingham News (Birmingham, Alabama) before entering law school at the University of Alabama, where he received a law degree.

Gold served in the U.S. Army during the Korean War.

Gold and his wife, Dale, resided in Northern Virginia from 1962 to the time of his death.

Victor Gold passed away at 88 years old.