Transcript for Remembering veteran TV news executive Heather Vincent Holley
Heather Vincent holly began working for "Nightline" in the early days, alongside a fiercely determined yet merry band of journalists led by Ted Koppel. That's her giving rabbit ears to Kermit the frog. Heather grew up fancy in Detroit, Michigan, working her way up from an entry-level job to the executive ranks at ABC, NBC, bet and beyond. She had a dazzling smile and a personality to match. That's her dancing at my wedding. Her signature sassiness helped her book legendary, high-profile guests. She was a true mentor and inspiring boss who attracted a legion of devoted friends from her hometown in Detroit to her adopted hometowns of New York, New Jersey and most recently, Atlanta. She wasn't born with sisters, but so many considered her one. She was a loving wife and fiercely-dedicated mother to her remarkable twins, Carrie and Robbie. She poured her spirit into them. Heather died unexpectedly last week at the age of 58. And yet Heather's vivaciousness lives on through all the people she loved and those of us who forever love her. Right now on "Page six TV,"
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