WAOW-TV declared Sunday that morning anchor Neena Pacholke kicked the bucket unexpectedly on Saturday. She was 27.

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 The station's declaration said its group was "totally crushed" by Pacholke's demise.

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 "She was a thoughtful individual with a major heart and an infectious grin and we will miss her significantly."

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 In an email shipped off USA TODAY Wednesday morning, Wausau Police Cpt.

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 Benjamin Graham affirmed that officials tracked down Pacholke at her home Saturday morning. 

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 Police found her body during a government assistance check after Pacholke "supposedly offered self-destructive expressions."

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 "Treachery isn't thought," Graham composed, adding that the Wausau Police Department and Marathon County Medical Examiner's Office are presently exploring the 27-year-old's passing.

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 On the WAOW Facebook post reporting Pacholke's demise, numerous analysts portrayed her live and behind closed doors character excitedly.

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 One watcher portrayed Pacholke as "a delight to awaken to each day.

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  Another depicted her as "a beam of daylight." Several different watchers discussed how they appreciated watching her morning show on WAOW.