Erica Gonzalez, the morning show producer from ABC10 News, San Diego, passed away recently, leaving the whole team with a shock and a void in the industry.
Erica Gonzalez- Life Background:
Erica’s hometown is El Paso, Texas, while most of her education and professional life have been spent in San Diego. She attended Grossmont College and graduated from San Diego state. Later she interned with the investigative unit of Team10 years before becoming a full-time producer with ABC10 News.
She spent some of the time producing in her hometown El Paso but couldn’t wait to return to San Diego to continue her work with all the more passion. Her team members describe her as a dedicated woman with a dry sense of humor that entertained everybody on the sets; they also describe her as saying the news was in her blood. She was a proud mother to her son, and one of her favorite moments was when he graduated in April.
They both shared a love for Padres Baseball and attended many games at Petco against the Friar Faithful together. The three most essential loves in her life were her family, the flag, and the Friars.
Along with their professional achievements in the journalism industry, she was compelled to join the Marine Corps when the nation suffered from 9/11, where she served proudly for eight years. The saying goes, “Once a Marine, Always a Marine.” She not only served her viewers with her passion and talent but also served the country.
How did Erica Gonzalez die?
The cause of Erica’s death has not yet been disclosed anywhere. However, there is news of a car accident in El Paso, but no accurate information about the circumstances of her death is available.
The ABC10 news revealed her death on Wednesday on social media, leaving everyone that knew or met Erica devastated. The morning show team of the new house will miss her and remember her forever for her talents and warmth.
Various tweets from the team members express how much love and care Erica shared with her team.
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