Pete Sumerall Dies at 62

Pete Sumerall, son of the late legendary Dr. Lester Sumerall, and President of LeSEA Broadcasting, went home to be with the Lord. Pete suffered a heart attack this past Saturday, December 5th, he was 62 years old.

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After serving as a traveling missionary for many years, Pete became the President of LeSEA Broadcasting, and host of the popular “The Harvest Show.” Since taking over the channel, the station reportedly began to see exponential growth. The Harvest Show can be seen in more than 42 million homes in the United States, 77 million homes in the Middle East, and the company has an estimated 1 billion shortwave radio receivers worldwide. Leveraging its technology with a passion to spread the gospel, LeSEA reaches more than 90 percent of the world’s population with the existence of TV, radio and satellite assets.

Drew Sumerall, Pete’s son writes, “We all loved my father. It goes without saying that Pete Sumerall cannot be replaced, just as his father before him, Dr. Lester Sumrall, could not be replaced. We will move forward with the vision of the company.”

Article: Charisma News