I met Hannah while we were both reporting in Alaska. I was working at KMXT Public Radio in Kodiak at the time. I spent time with her while at the annual Alaska Press Club in Anchorage, where journos from across the state gathered to learn a bit and network. The radio group was much smaller than the newspaper or TV-specific sections, and we had a full day of radio-centered seminars. Hannah and I hung out during those few days and dropped by a bookstore to browse – she struck me as an empathetic, kind, intelligent person. She was also a talented reporter. She left an impression on me, and I always remembered her fondly. I’m so profoundly sorry for her loss. My greatest sympathies go out to her family, friends and coworkers.