Angela Mears Obituary, Weber Shandwick Executive Creative Director Has Died

Angela Mears Obituary, Death – Angela Mears has sadly passed away. In Buenos Aires, her organs were taken last night. Her ashes will be burned and airlifted back to the nation. The US embassy in Buenos Aires will provide us with a list of funeral houses that are authorized to perform cremations, and they will collaborate with us to prepare for the transport of her cremains.

As some of you are aware, my wife traveled to Buenos Aires while I remained in Los Angeles. Traveling is challenging for me, but more importantly, we both wanted someone to remain and oversee the message hub. I regret not traveling to Buenos Aires to be with my wife while she is currently really sad and in need of my embrace. Thankfully, Angela Witkowski’s husband Charlie Witkowski has handled a lot of the significant but essential aspects.

Our early assessment of Angela’s health was that she was mainly terminal, but we held onto hope. We continue to cling to one another, to our faith in the hereafter, and to God’s unending love. I’m sorry I didn’t react to any of the remarks made here. In actuality, I’m overworked and quite worn out. The worldwide outpouring of support for our infant, my wife, and Myself is still very touching and generous. We are very grateful.

Despite the fact that many of our hearts are currently heavy, I believe we can all take a deep breath and smile because we know that her spirit is now free and that all of our hearts can be light because she is in the light and is now an even more loving part of the light, just as we are. Angela served as the organization’s chief creative director at Weber Shandwick. Angela, a genuine digital nomad, was born and raised in California but today calls Chicago home.

With customers in a variety of sectors, like Columbia Sportswear, McDonald’s, VMware, and Airbnb, Angela oversees internationally relevant campaigns. She had the honor of overseeing the agency’s initiatives to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion in addition to directing a group of writers, art directors, producers, and editors from a wide range of backgrounds.

At the Cannes Young Lions PR competition, Angela and Margaux Pepper took first place in North America and second place globally. The One Show, The Webbys, Ad Age, Adweek, PRWeek, the Shorty Awards, and the SABRE Awards have all given her work accolades. Also, she frequently sits on juries for creative contests including the SABRE, Clio, and New York Festival Advertising Awards. As a PA, Angela began her career in the entertainment industry by doing script coverage for films shown at New Line Theaters and for The Simpsons.