- WAOW anchor Neena Pacholke died from apparent suicide.
According to her sister Kaitlynn Pacholke, Neena Pacholke, a 27-year-old weekday anchor at WAOW in Wausau, died after committing suicide.
Pacholke told the newspaper, “She was simply like a little ball of joy, and her smile was huge.” “And whether she had known you for five minutes or her entire life, she could always make you feel like the most important person. Someone would recognise her when we were out having coffee, and she would cheer them up in the same manner that she has done for me over the past 27 years.”
According to her sister, Pacholke, a former player for the women’s basketball team at the University of South Florida, was engaged when she passed away.
Prayer to pacholke’s family :
“The Pacholke family is in our thoughts and prayers during this incredibly trying time. Coach Jose Fernandez of USF women’s basketball asked for people to “please keep them in their thoughts.”
Statement by ‘News 9’ :
Neena Pacholke, our cherished morning anchor, went away abruptly on Saturday, according to a statement from WAOW.
The statement continued, “The entire News 9 team is utterly crushed by the loss, as we know so many others are as well.” “Neena cherished this neighbourhood and its residents. We will miss her terribly since she was a good person with a large heart and a contagious grin.
Neena’s Website view :
On her own site, Neena Pacholke composed that her morning co-anchor and noontime anchor work “has brought me all the way out of my usual range of familiarity and I have cherished each second of it, including that 2 a.m. morning timer!
“Getting to begin large number of individuals’ days every work day morning in focal Wisconsin is an honor and something I don’t trifle with,” she said. “They depend on us for the letting it be known occurring in our space as well as relying on my co-anchor and I to carry chuckling into lounge rooms to begin the day right!”