Yvette Mooney, former Channel Seven reader, dies tragically
“Her grace and courage were an inspiration. Yvette’s beautiful heart, kindness, wisdom, that beautiful smile enriched our lives.”
Channel Seven presenter Susannah Carr and Rick Ardon have spoken of their grief, saying their friend and colleague is “the complete package”.
“She was a very good reporter and she was a beautiful girl inside and out,” Susannah said. west.
“Beautiful to look at, beautiful voice but a really pleasant and pleasant nature to be around.”
“Yvette was always warm with her and spoke very easily in front of the camera. Some of us have to work on our speaking, but with Yvette it came naturally. She was a beautiful person and we will miss her.” , added Rick.
Ancient Sunrise Star Simon Reeve also paid tribute to Yvette, saying she was “one of the most beautiful souls” he had ever worked with.
“The best of our city and our home state. She was egoless, loved by all, and an exceptional reporter and presenter,” he said.
“To his family and friends, especially his best friend Debra Bishop, another equally divine human being, all our love and strength.”
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Yvette, who is survived by her husband Phil and son Andre, spent two decades on TV screens in Perth for Channel Seven.
She started out as a journalist before working her way up to become a presenter, eventually landing a role as a presenter on a current affairs show. Today tonight.
The mother-of-one then directed Perth at five alongside Basil Zempilas, although she left the journalism industry in 2008 after being diagnosed with cancer.
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