Lindsay Hill Dies in Auto Accident

May 19, 2011 01:05 PM

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Lindsay Hill, AgDay/USFR Agribusiness Director, was killed in an auto accident Thursday morning.

The Farm Journal Media family and all of agriculture suffered a huge loss Thursday morning when Lindsay Hill was killed in a rural Ohio auto accident. Lindsay recently joined the AgDay and U.S. Farm Report team as Agribusiness Director, after serving as a broadcaster and owner of ABN Radio Network in Ohio.
Lindsay, 31, was an accomplished broadcaster and respected agricultural journalist. In her short career she was honored numerous times for her professional accomplishments and was serving as the current president of the National Association of Farm Broadcasters at the time of her death.
While Lindsay was only with Farm Journal Media for a short time, she made a big impact and will be missed. Please keep Lindsay and her family in your thoughts and prayers at this extremely difficult time.
Wath AgDay's May 20 episode, which features a tribute to Lindsay and her contributions to American agriculture. 
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5/19/2011 05:41 PM

  What a tragic loss to the broadcasting and agriculture world. This talented young woman took her farm life and made it wonderful career that touched so many people. Our prayers are with all she shared her life with as they get through this tragic time. May our dear Lord be you. Cowboy & Kathy Brown​

5/20/2011 04:09 AM

  Lindsay was a great young talent that was helping agriculture. Our broadcasters dedicate a tremendous amount of time and travel for us. Travel risk we do not think about until we get a tragic reminder. Ohio and all of US Agriculture will miss her! Our prayers are with Lindsay's family and friends.​

5/21/2011 06:42 AM

  I literally started watching AgDay four days ago. (Just got the station it comes on.)I was very impressed with Lindsay's enthusiasm and command of intricate ag issues. I was shocked and saddened by the news of her passing and will miss the warm charm and knowledge that she bought to the show. MY thoughts are with her family, friends and associates.


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