Thursday, July 26, 2012

Where is KPRC's Jennifer Reyna?

Lots of questions have come in to me about the whereabouts of KPRC 2 anchor Jennifer Reyna. She breaks her silence on her KPRC Facebook page:

Since I last wrote to you, I have some personally devastating news…my loving dad passed away earlier this month. I was blessed to have been there with him, holding his hand as he went to join mom. Broken-hearted; my life is forever changed. My father was a strong, independent man who's loyalty was profound. I'll miss those qualities and so much more. Tomorrow will be especially tough as I rise for work without his usual wake-up call. What a great dad. I am so grateful to him and mom for the years and precious memories together.

Thank you all so much for your kind words and prayers. They've meant the world to me.

Know I am thinking of all of you who have shared that you are in a similar situation, my heart breaks for you.

Born to love you dad and always will.

And if you emailed in, I answered you, but I did not post about it. Here's why. As someone who lost both of his parents within a few years at a young age, I was not going to post anything about this until Jennifer Reyna did...even if she is the most popular Houston media type on this blog. It's painful enough for her, she doesn't need me talking about it.

Reyna's fans have been posting condolence comments on her Facebook account for weeks now.

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6 comments:

  1. I am truly sorry Jennifer for your loss.

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  2. Good to know you showed some class Mike, by waiting until she posts.

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  3. In our world of media bragging about scoops, it's nice to know we can count on you to do the right thing. Thank you Mike, and sorry to hear of your losses at an early age and of these very tough recent losses for Jennifer.

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  4. Class act, Mike.

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  5. Jennifer, I watch you in the morning girl and your parents raised you so well. And stay strong cause I am sure your DAD would want you to be.Mike, thank you for respecting her this way.Yor a class act!

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  6. Mike you are a class act and respectful. I am happy you bring that into this. Jen I am sorry for your loss. Your Dad knows you love him and trust me both you parents are proud of you.

    Now can Jennifer and Dominique change places? I hope they fire her soon. really I do.

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