Journalist Edgar Silva Receives Fond Farewells from Fans and Friends for His Retirement

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    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – The former television anchor of Buen Día, Edgar Silva, used his Facebook profile to send a message of thanks to the public for their affection and admits his resignation from Costa Rica’s Channel 7 was a very thought out decision.

    “I want to thank all the expressions of support following the announcement to temporarily retire from my job. I am deeply grateful, not only for the support, but by the affection shown. I receive it with humility. I do not want any farewell, or anything like that, because I just want to retire gracefully,” wrote the journalist.

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    He also stressed, “The decision to retire for a time from television is so that I can focus on myself, my family and God. I’m confident that I’ll be able to continue to follow my dreams, my joy and happiness.”

    Silva acknowledged that this weekend he received many comments from people who understand that sometimes it’s necessary to “rediscover and reinvent themselves.” (Crhoy)

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN)

    San Jose, Costa Rica

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