Sports groups across Edmonton remember talented ‘procaster’ Rob Zittlau

Rob Zittlau films a University of Alberta hockey game at Clare Drake Arena in this undated file photo taken over the last decade. On Sunday, he and his wife, Grace, died in a highway collision near Legal, Alta. Photo by Supplied /U of A Athletics

by Gerry Moddejonge

Edmonton Sun

October 17, 2020

It might not have been the biggest fixture in Edmonton sports, but as far as local athletic endeavours go, the city sure lost a visible one.

Videographer and producer Rob Zittlau and his wife, Grace, were killed in a highway collision over Thanksgiving weekend.

Zittlau made it his life’s ambition to ensure all levels of Edmonton’s sports scene could be seen, spending the past three decades building his company, ICU Video Productions, into a top-notch focus on amateur broadcasts – or ‘procasts,’ as he called them – and practice film.

The fatal crash happened east of Legal at the intersection of Hwy. 651 and Hwy. 803, where Morinville RCMP responded around 5 p.m. Sunday.

Police say two adults in a southbound car died on scene, while a six-year-old girl and four-year-old boy also in the vehicle were taken to hospital. The driver and passenger in an eastbound SUV suffered non-life-threatening injuries.

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Published on October 17, 2020 at 12:49 pm by News Beat

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