Local News Media Remembers Joe Krebs
Legendary local news anchor Joe Krebs passed away yesterday after battling pancreatic cancer. Many of his friends and colleagues took to social media to share their condolences and memories.
Our thoughts go out to all of Joe’s family and friend.
I’m proud to have had the honor of calling Joe Krebs mentor, colleague, and friend. He was genuinely interested in making the lives of others better. Well done, now rest in peace to one of the kindest souls I’ve ever known. 🙏🏾https://t.co/4Sl7RVMpD5 pic.twitter.com/1xuEvx5ZZA
— Tracee Wilkins (@TraceeWilkins) April 7, 2021
Heartbreaking news: Former News 4 anchor Joe Krebs has passed away. What a classy guy. My heart goes out to his family and former co-workers. 🙏🏾 https://t.co/1seDOk7ydy
— Tony Perkins (@TonyPerkinsFMTV) April 6, 2021
A true gem of a person. I hope you all appreciated him as much as we did (and do!).https://t.co/8jg1NICE3z
— Leon Harris (@RealLeonHarris) April 6, 2021
This morning, we’re remembering longtime News4 reporter and anchor, Joe Krebs. He passed away yesterday of pancreatic cancer. Joe spent 18 years as morning anchor alongside Barbara Harrison and then Eun Yang. @eunyangnbc @JummyNBC @melissamollet @ChuckBell4 pic.twitter.com/v4dq6jQIDA
— NBCWashington (@nbcwashington) April 7, 2021
Joe Krebs was a superb human. The best of us. I am devastated by this loss. My heart and prayers are with his family. https://t.co/krKyOXIDS2
— Eun Yang (@eunyangnbc) April 6, 2021
We're heartbroken to learn our beloved Joe Krebs has lost his valiant battle with cancer. Joe passed peacefully this morning with his family at his side. Our @nbcwashington family has lost a dear colleague, friend and quintessential journalist, who will live on in our hearts! pic.twitter.com/cws6FCudMm
— Pat Lawson Muse (@PLMuse) April 6, 2021