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So sorry to hear...She was one inspirational lady. Sad- just spoke to her days ago. Ann was the best. - Brad Dubow, Townsquare Media El Paso

Please offer my prayers and deepest sympathy to her family. She will be missed. - D'Art Bebel, KRIV/KTXH-TV Houston

Heaven is a little happier now. - Mark Masepohl, Univision Radio

So sorry to hear about Ann. - Laurie Knight

What a blow to learn this.  Talk about someone who will be greatly missed! My condolences to the TAB family and her personal family. - Dick Pickens, Microcom Systems Inc.

We are just devastated and so saddened with the news about Ann. Mary Lou and I loved her dearly. Just this week, Ann and I were communicating about various topics and my last words to her was that “she was my hero.” I thank God that I got to tell her that. - Jerry Bobo, 2007 TAB Chairman

I must say she was a dear friend and a most loved person by me and my associates. I will sincerely miss her every time I think of EAS or broadcasting !!!!  This is certainly a sad day. May God be with her and bless her Soul. - Bobby Adams, GSSNet

My heart breaks for each of you that were so close to her. She did so much for broadcasters. You were fortunate to have learned much from her tutorage. My thoughts are with all you, her family, and the TAB family. - Tammy Meier, KRGV-TV Rio Grande Valley

I am very sorry to hear this news. She was an incredible lady. - Chuck Conrad, KZQX Tyler-Longview

Very sad and unexpected news.My thoughts and prayers go out to you and the staff who knew her so well.  I will always remember her and the leadership she provided us throughout the years. - Tom Ehlmann, KXAS-TV Dallas-Fort Worth

This is devastating news.  Ann was so insightful and tenacious behind that serene demeanor.  She was also a wonderful friend.Please let us know what we can do for Bill and Jon. I am just so so sad. - Becky Beaver, Law Office of Becky Beaver

This one is a shock.  I’ll pass it along to others here who knew her. - Jim Henkel, Emmis Austin Radio

Truly a sad day for Texas Broadcasters. - Mark Krieschen, Cox Media Group Houston

I'm so sorry to hear this! - Lee Parkinson, KYYK/KNET Palestine; KKHA Bay City

This is a sad moment indeed.  She was truly the spirit of TAB. Let me know if there is anything I can do. Penny and my prayers are with her loved ones and those who will miss her much from TAB. - Rod Zent, KAMU Bryan-College Station

Our thoughts are with everyone on the TAB staff. - Jeff Cook, Elton Air

Condolences to her family. - Brad LaRock, Arbitron

She was a remarkable journalist and tremendous broadcaster. - Kent Cornish, Kansas Association of Broadcasters

My deepest sympathy to all her families! - Mark McKay, KTAL-TV Shreveport

Our prayers are with you and her family. - Scout Sutton, Convergent Broadcasting Corpus Christi

I'm so sorry. My thoughts are with you. I hope you will reach out for whatever you need. - Kathy Clements, Belo

I am so very sorry to hear this. I just spoke to her on Thursday. What a wonderful woman she was. - Tom Williams, Haynes and Boone LLP

I'm shocked, and will say my prayers for her family and the entire TAB family. It was an honor to know Ann, work with her, and to know her as a dear friend. God will be with her...and she will be running heaven soon. - Patti C. Smith, KVUE-TV Austin

How sad. Please keep us updated. - Tim Noble, KRIS-TV Corpus Christi

I am so sad to hear of Ann’s passing. That she passed at her office is just one last example of her diligence and commitment to broadcasting and to making our EAS system stronger. Prayers for her and to all of you who mourn for your loss. - Alaska Broadcasters Association

This is shocking news. If there is anything I can do, let me know. - Kimberly Wyatt, KGBT-TV Rio Grande Valley

I'm very sorry to hear this news. Our deepest condolences to you and her family. - Gene Zimmerman, Cobalt Digital

So sorry to hear this. Please accept our deepest condolences. - Lori Conrad, KTVT-TV Dallas-Fort Worth

I'm so sorry. - Stewart Vanderwilt, KUT Austin

Our deepest sympathies to Ann's family and our extraordinary TAB staff. She fought her battles with dignity, character and perseverance. She will be missed. Her legacy will be long revered. - William G. Moll, KLRN-TV San Antonio.

I am so sorry to hear this. May she rest in peace in the hands of the Lord. - Chris Wegmann, Radio One

Ann has been a leader for Texas Broadcasters for years and I am saddened, but very appreciative for her support and the support of TAB over many years. The staff at TAB and Ann’s family are in my prayers. - Teansie Garfield, Communications Corporation of America

That is very sad news. She will be missed. - Mike Ryan, Clear Channel El Paso

So sorry to hear this. Know that she is in our prayers. - Luis Patino, Univision TV Group

I am so shocked and sorry to hear this. Ann was such a driving force for our industry. I connected with Ann even before I moved to Texas from New Mexico 18 years ago when I was on the NAB board. Ann also was one of the first people to contact me when my son died nine years ago. She was a very caring person and she will be missed. - Jeff Lyon, Townsquare Media Victoria

I am so sorry. - Monica Davis, The Davis Group

I am so sad to hear this! Was a fine woman and leader she was! Texas has lost a good one! - Jerry Lee Berg, KRGV-TV Rio Grande Valley

She was a great lady and she did a great job for the TAB. She will be be missed. - Jim Godfrey, Jampro Antennas

I am so sorry to hear about her passing.  I greatly admired Ann for her passion and leadership.  To me, Ann represented everything good about Texas and Broadcasters.  She was a one of a kind and will be greatly missed. My thoughts are prayers are with everyone at TAB. - David Ostmo, KABB-TV San Antonio

What a great woman. We are all better for having known her. - Jack Erskine, K&L Gates

How very sad, I will keep her family and friends in my thoughts. - Brandy Sanchez, KAMR-TV Amarillo

I am so sad to hear this. - Bonny English, KSEV Houston

I am saddened by the loss of Ann. I feel blessed to have been there last week to see her and spend time with her.  The broadcasting world has lost a great voice. - Amy Villarreal, KEYE-TV Austin

So sorry to hear about Ann. Glad I had lunch with her recently. Thoughts are with all of you. - Roger Bare, KIAH-TV Houston

There is a hole blown a mile wide through the heart of each and every one of us.  One of a kind.  A discontinued pattern.  Filled with so much guts and passion.  There will never, ever be another Ann Arnold.  Such a sad, empty feeling at this moment in time.  And grateful for having had the privilege and honor to have known her, to have respected her, to have loved her and most especially, to have worked together with her for eighteen years.  What a profound loss. I cannot imagine the shock, the pain and the loss that you and the TAB staff are enduring at this moment in time. Ann was so much larger than life.  Even when we had our difficulties together, there was a level of respect.  I think some of us are saying only to ourselves that despite decades of suffering, she had a gentle and peaceful death.  A true Texan Belle.  Always a lady.  So she went quietly into the night.  But God himself better be ready.  She will have an agenda to right the wrongs and to bring Truth, Justice and Peace to Heaven. - Robert Fisher, Nevada Association of Broadcasters

She will never be forgotten. - Jim Condon, Vermont Association of Broadcasters