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In Memoriam: Remembering Sandra Ramani, Robb Report’s Stellar Travel Editor (1971-2022)

Just days earlier than the earlier problem of this journal went to press, all at Robb Report had been devastated to study that Sandra Ramani, our digital journey editor, had succumbed to most cancers.

Sandra joined us on employees in 2021 however started writing for Robb Report again in 2013, turning into a daily contributor a couple of years later. As it turned out, her last piece opened the August problem, a vivid description of a discreetly stylish Mexico City neighborhood and the native lodge developer who was launching a characterful boutique lodge there. The story was classic Sandra: well-informed, deeply reported and elegantly written, displaying a curiosity concerning the world that by no means flagged.

Indeed, Sandra was broadly traveled and, along with the US, had lived in England, France and Italy. But she had not one of the cynicism or “seen it all” ennui that may infect even the best writers over time. And she was at all times prepared to assist associates and colleagues with journey tips, lodge and restaurant suggestions or airline recommendation for his or her subsequent adventures.

An award-winning author, she as soon as acquired a commendation from the Duke of Edinburgh at Buckingham Palace. Her guide, Day Trips From Dallas & Fort Worth, concerning the tales and sights of quite a few small cities or locations in Texas, was printed in two editions. She shortly turned a universally appreciated and revered member of our group, regardless of working remotely, which meant that a few of our employees had solely ever met her over Zoom. Her colleagues right here describe her, variously, as “one of the most talented editors I’d worked with,” “knowledgeable, professional and very grounded,” “able to give feedback in a warm and friendly way” and “calm, charming and fun.”

One remark particularly sums up what made her particular to all of us. “Sandra was an excellent editor and a talented writer. But what I will miss most about her was her ability to marry those skills with unfailing kindness, generosity and grace—no matter the circumstances. That was true every day I worked with her, whether she was editing a seasoned freelancer, a young intern or one of us.”

All at Robb Report ship our deepest condolences to her mom, brother and whole household. She can be deeply missed, daily.

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