USF Basketball Player Neena Pacholke Dead at 27
The loss in Wisconsin’s TV news industry wash-up morning anchor, and he died by suicide this past weekend. She worked at news 9 for the last five years in a statement news 9 shared that quote, Neena Pacholke loved this community and the people who lived here
Neena Pacholke was a kind person with a big heart and a contagious smile and we will miss her greatly her sudden death reveals the importance of mental health in our industry and beyond former news anchor debt, Sherwood. Who lost her husband by suicide is speaking out, hoping to raise awareness her husband bob Sherwood was an award-winning journalist right here and across the county.
Be willing to admit you don’t know at all. Be willing to admit that sometimes we need help. It doesn’t have to be held forever. But if you’re going through a particularly rough spot, why not reach out and get the assistance of somebody who’s trained to help with that kind of a thing?
Such an important message, if you or a loved one, is struggling and need someone to talk to, you can call 988, which is the national suicide hotline. It is available 24 7 it’s free and confidential for anyone in need.