10/06/2013 - Emoção marca último adeus ao jornalista Coutinho; enterro hoje

Emoção e saudade marcaram a despedida ao jornalista Marcos Coutinho, fundador do Grupo Olhar Direto, que será enterrado hoje às 9h no cemitério Bom Jesus de Cuiabá. Familiares, amigos, jornalistas e autoridades lotaram Sala das Orquídeas, no bairro Bandeirantes, em Cuiabá. Conforme a jornalista Laura Petralha, que trabalha no Olhar Direto, todos ficaram em choque, mas, resolveram continuar fazendo jornalismo depois que a esposa de Coutinho, Izabel Manfrin Coutinho chegou ao local e disse: Gente, precisamos fazer o que Coutinho gostaria que fizéssemos. 

 

  Coutinho, 47 anos, era daqueles jornalistas com o jornalismo na veia e inteligência acima da média. Respirava a profissão, por isso, era comum encontrar ele com uma caneta na mão e um bloquinho. Conseguiu ver notícia em praticamente todos os lugares, exatamente, por isso, vai deixar saudades.

 

  O jornalista faleceu na madrugada de sábado para domingo por volta das 3h30. Ele estava indo no sábado à noite para Primavera do Leste e, como sentia uma forte dor de cabeça, retornou à Capital. Um dos três filhos percebeu que ele estava passando mal e o levou para o Hospital Santa Helena, mas ele faleceu antes de chegar à unidade de saúde. De acordo com o Instituto Médico Legal (IML), ele sofreu uma parada.

 

  O corpo começou a ser velado por volta das 17h, sendo marcado por muita tristeza. Durante o período da noite, passaram pelo local o governador Silval Barbosa (PMDB), que ressaltou o entusiasmo de Coutinho e resumiu: É uma grande perda, o mais admirava nele é que hora era polêmico, hora exigente. Tinha muito entusiasmo”, afirmou o peemedebista.

 

  O prefeito Mauro Mendes, por sua vez, disse ter perdido um amigo, uma referência no fazer jornalismo. “Coutinho foi um grande jornalista, marcado por coragem, determinação”. Para o deputado José Riva, três adjetivos resumiam Coutinho: “corajoso, arrojado e empreendedor. Partiu jovem. Deixou um legado”. Marcos Coutinho deixa a esposa Izabel e três filhos – Matheus Coutinho (23), Lucca Coutinho (20) e Joaquim Coutinho (17).

 

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