Anqunette Jamison, better known as Q, was a Fox 2 morning anchor. She adored her job and looked forward to going to work every day.
Despite enjoying her job, the anchor decided to retire after being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2013 after experiencing symptoms for ten years prior.
Anqunette took some time off for health reasons at first, but when she realized her multiple sclerosis was making it difficult for her to do her job properly, she decided to retire around the age of 44.
Her mental and physical health deteriorated, making it difficult for the anchor to meet the day-to-day demands of her television job.
Anqunette’s greatest achievement, however, was fulfilling her childhood dream of working in the television news industry. She is currently recovering and running her Marijuana provisioning center, BotaniQ, with her husband.
Her daily symptoms of nausea and headaches have vanished after she tried cannabis on the advice of her husband. Anqunette was also able to stop taking her nine medications by changing her diet.
Relationship Status: Single?
Anqunette is married to Richard Sarfoh, an EJOT-ATF Regional Sales Manager in North America.
Anqunette married on May 27, 2011 and also hosted a wedding after party at Club waterfalls, 673 Franklin, Detroit. Richard earned a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Campbell University in 1999. In addition, in 2003, he completed his education by earning an MBA in Global Management from the University of Phoenix.
Anqunette and her husband Richard started their own business after retiring from their TV jobs due to health issues. BotaniQ, a Medical Marijuana Provisioning Center, was approved for operation on November 6, 2018.
Anqunette has one child, a step-son named Casa Sarfoh. She has a good relationship with both her stepson and her mother-in-law.
Spending so much time together not only as life partners but also as business partners could explain Anqunette and Richard’s strong relationship.
Biography and Wiki
Anqunette Jamison was born November 20, 1971. The anchor graduated from Butler University with a Bachelor of Science in BS, Radio/Television, and Journalism.
Talking about her parents, her father seems to be a friendly and decent man who loves products that are on sale. And, indeed! Who wouldn’t? Anyway, Anqunette appears to be like her father in that she enjoys shopping.
Her mother, on the other hand, had some health issues but recovered by following a few tips. Her mother lost 11.33 kilograms (25 pounds), reduced her insulin intake by 65 units per day, and cut her blood pressure medication in half.
Anqunette is a family-oriented person who cares for her loved ones and balances her work and family lives.
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