The network’s president, James Goldston, said she was “a true pioneer for women in journalism” who will be dearly missed.
Renowned ABC News journalist Cokie Roberts died Tuesday due to complications from breast cancer, her family and the network said.
She was 75.
“We will miss Cokie beyond measure, both for her contributions and for her love and kindness,” her family said in a statement.
ABC News President James Goldston called Roberts “a true pioneer for women in journalism” who will be dearly missed.
“Cokie’s kindness, generosity, sharp intellect and thoughtful take on the big issues of the day made ABC a better place and all of us better journalists,” Goldston said.