Beloved morning news anchor Neena Pacholke dies at 27 years old

Neena Pacholke, morning anchorperson for WAOW, dies at the age 27. The overwhelming news was shared by WAOW in a painful post, “Neena Pacholke, our adored morning anchor died abruptly on Saturday. The whole group here at News 9 are totally crushed by the misfortune, as so many others who knew her”.

Neena was known for her irresistible smile and for the way she inspired her peers, and that’s why her abrupt demise left everybody stunned.

According to reports, she committed suicide. Kaitlynn Pacholke, the anchor’s sister said that Neena was engaged at the time of her passing.

She had a huge smile on her face and was like a little ball of sunshine. She said, “My sister was by far the happiest person I thought I knew.

Many people were perplexed by the fact that Neena’s final social media post was a repost of author Jon Gordon’s message that “the best is yet to come.”

The station gave a public statement where they’ve said: “She was a kind person with a big heart and a contagious smile and we will miss her greatly”

Neena began working for the station in 2017 as a journalist before being promoted to the anchor position the following year. In her college years, she also played basketball for the University of South Florida.

Because Neena was regarded as “the brightest light in the room” with the “largest smile and the funniest laugh,” as her co-anchor Brendan Mackey put it, her coworkers are heartbroken and find it difficult to accept her passing.

His Facebook post is heartbreaking as well: “I have never met anyone in my entire life that is more loved than this girl. Everyday she made people smile, whether that was through a tv screen or just being an incredible friend. She was so happy and so full of life and a role model”.

Neena’s death is simply another example of how we never know what individuals are going through. They may appear to be the happiest people on the planet, but the mental problems they confront are something that few are aware of.

Her sister also said that “She just radiated love and positivity, and she just cared so much about pouring into other people, and always put other people first. I think she did that at the expense of not caring about herself.”

Rest in peace, Neena. You are truly missed.