Celebrity Channel 9 Anchor Neena Pacholke Commits Suicide, Dies at 27

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Celebrity TV information anchor Neena Pacholke who was on the rise at Channel 9, passed away over the weekend. The morning anchor for WAOW TV, passed away suddenly on Saturday; it is believed that she committed suicide.

The 27-year-old graduate of the University of South Florida, passed away on Saturday. In 2013, the former USF women’s basketball player assisted Freedom High in earning the school’s sole state tournament berth. She was engaged to be married and was a weekday morning news anchor in Wisconsin, according to her younger sister, Kaitlynn Pacholke, who also confirmed that Pacholke committed suicide.

The news of Neena’s passing shocked many people, according to commercial free-to-air television network WAOA Channel 9, which said that everyone at the station was “extremely distraught.” Kaitlynn revealed to the Times that the morning news anchor for WAOW Channel 9 in Wausau, Wisconsin, was also engaged to be married.

Kaitlynn Pacholke, a three-year letterwinner at USF (2013–2016), developed her Packers fervor while working at Wisconsin’s ABC television affiliate WAOW. She also discovered a love for snow skiing while residing there, according to Kaitlynn. Kaitlynn stated that she was just like a little ball of light, and her smile was tremendous.

With guidance from her mother Laurie, Pacholke, a level guard and captain of the Freedom, averaged 4 passes per game as a Patriots senior. The team, which had three players on its roster who would compete at the Division I level, finished 25-4 but lost to Gainesville Buchholz in the Class 7A quarterfinals in Lakeland.

She and her sister, who was also a base guard, had performed for his or her mother for two years prior to that season. Pacholke declined small-college offers in order to play for USF and stay in Tampa. In her three seasons with the Bulls, she only made a few game appearances, but she was a part of two teams that advanced to the NCAA Tournament.

The station published that the celebrity cherished the neighborhood and its residents. They said that they will miss her terribly since she was a good person with a large heart and a contagious grin.

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