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Friends, broadcasters remember Ann Arnold

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I am honored to have known and worked with Ann and, even more important, to have counted her as a friend. - Cindy Ohlenforst, K&L Gates

What a wonderful kind woman...she was truly a mentor to so many graciously with her time and knowledge. - Michele Crist, West Virginia Broadcasters Association

I am so saddened. Ann was a truly amazing lady and I will miss her. - Dan Wilson, Univision Radio San Antonio & Austin

So sorry to hear the news. Easy to believe that she had her nose to the grindstone in her final hours. Thoughts are with you and the staff. - Brad Streit, Raycom Media

Thank you for sharing the news. I know the loss at TAB is profound. My memories of Ann are so warm and so special. Will wait for details of a memorial and of course will do everything possible to be there. - Dan Halyburton, Texas State Networks

I'm speechless, and so very thankful for those of you tonight who have found the right words in replying to Oscar's sad news, as each and everything said tonight is so very, very true. Our NASBA family has lost a true giant and dedicated colleague, and her passing clearly leaves a void that can never, ever be filled. - Dennis Lyle, Illinois Broadcasters Association

I am deeply saddened, both professionally and personally, at the news of Ann's passing. She will be greatly missed. - Margaret Sandlin, KMKS Bay City

What an extraordinary individual. She cast an enormous shadow. I miss her already. - Shaun Sheehan, Tribune Co.

I will miss her very much, she was a mentor and an icon in the broadcast industry. - Doug Easter, Virginia Association of Broadcasters

Dinah and I are in Texas now visiting family in the Houston area. I just opened this and we are both filled with much sorrow. At the same time feeling so blessed to have known Ann as a colleague and friend over my 23 years. Ann was the true class of Texas and NASBA! We will miss her terribly while knowing she is in the best of care with her Lord. - Art Brooks, Arizona Broadcasters Association

Ann was so kind to me from the beginning of my NASBA career.  She has been a mentor and a friend.  She gave loving guidance and comfort when my niece had cancer.  She always asked about my Mom. Ann Arnold meant so much to so many.  This is a great loss to all of us - certainly professionally, and absolutely personally. - Sharon Maze Tinsley, Alabama Association of Broadcasters

This is very sad news. We always enjoyed our relationship with her and she was truly a key contributor to the success of the TAB organization. Please pass our condolences to her family. - Richard Brown, Grass Valley

Ann is an extraordinary woman and had touched us in a very special way. She would be dearly missed. She talked to my husband when he first diagnosed with Leukemia. She gave us a lot of hope. We are always grateful for that. - Feli Wong, KIAH-TV Houston

We are so very sorry...what a legacy she has left....the battle that she has fought & still remaining quite a Lady. How appropriate this Lady who worked so hard for the TAB found time for rest in her office. - Larry & Patricia Gunter

I am deeply saddened by this news. Please keep me apprised and thank you for remembering me at this sad time. - Karen Monsen, Jackson Walker LLP

So sad to hear this. Looking forward to making TAB the best it can be as the organization moves forward. - Philip Goetz, Texas Media Systems

So sorry to hear the news. - Pam Henderson, KNTX Bowie

What a loss. I have no words. - William Jorn, KVEO-TV Rio Grande Valley

She was a special Lady & will be truly missed. - Lou Munson, Lousiana Association of Broadcasters

I was so sad to hear the news of Ann's passing. My thoughts and prayers are with Ann's family and her TAB family. Please let me know as soon as you have news about the funeral. Also let me know if we (the NAB) can help in any way. - Sue Keenom, National Association of Broadcasters

This is so very sad. Ann was a giant among the mortals in our business and in our world. How many times have we all, in some way, tried to do a part of our job, " Ann would do it." This is so sad. God has a new and beautiful Angel. - Bill Johnstone, Oregon Association of Broadcasters

It is with the greatest regret that I received today the sad news of Ann's passing. An extraordinary woman, that I personally liked and respect. Please keep me posted on the services as I would like the opportunity to pay my respects to her memory and legacy. - Manuel Abud, Telemundo