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David Letterman’s Mother, Dorothy Mengering, Dies At 95

David Letterman, right, a horde of The Late Show with David Letterman on CBS, and his mom Dorothy Mengering share a giggle during a loyalty of a $21 million David Letterman Communication and Media Building on a campus in Muncie, Ind., in 2007.

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David Letterman, right, a horde of The Late Show with David Letterman on CBS, and his mom Dorothy Mengering share a giggle during a loyalty of a $21 million David Letterman Communication and Media Building on a campus in Muncie, Ind., in 2007.

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Dorothy Mengering, who became a dear guest on her son’s Late Show on CBS, died on Tuesday.

Letterman’s publicist Tom Keaney reliable Mengering’s genocide Tuesday for The Associated Press. She was 95.

Mengering done visit appearances on a uncover before Thanksgiving and Mother’s Day.

From The Hollywood Reporter:

“Seen around satellite from a kitchen of her medium home in Carmel, Ind., Mengering was during her comic best for a underline “Guess Mom’s Pies,” in that Letterman had to collect that one of his many favorites she had lovingly prepared for a holidays.

“Her initial on-camera coming on a CBS uncover came during a 1994 Winter Olympics in Lillehammer, Norway, when she offering to move ice skater Nancy Kerrigan prohibited chocolate and asked Hillary Clinton if a initial lady could get a speed extent practiced in Connecticut.

“Mengering reprised her purpose as a Late Show “correspondent” for a subsequent dual Winter Games in Nagano, Japan and Salt Lake City, and she taped segments from London for Dave as well.”

Her genocide comes usually a day before Letterman’s 70th birthday, CBS associate WTTV reports.

Stephen Colbert, who succeeded Letterman as horde of a Late Show, tweeted out his condolences on Tuesday.

From USA Today:

“As prolonged as David was home, we would make him a chocolate sheer cake for his birthday,” Mengering told The Indianapolis Star in 2001, reminiscing about a comedian’s childhood. “We only put a candles on tip of a pie.”

“Before Letterman’s Late Show retirement in May 2015, he common a Mother’s Day prominence tilt starring Mengering. She was seen baking with Hoosier stone star John Mellencamp and touting a bravery of Old Milwaukee beer.”

Dorothy Mengering was 95.