honoring Larry Glick, Arnie Ginsburg, etc

Kevin Vahey kvahey@comcast.net
Wed Aug 20 22:56:50 EDT 2008

Certainly all worthy choices.

Clayton had an enormous audience on WHDH when they were MOR kings.
Channel 5 tried to do Boston Ballroom on TV which was a disaster as
the teens had no idea who Clayton was and his radio audience had no
stomach for Top 40.

So many others who should be honored. In sports alone you have Johnny
Most, Cusick, Ned Martin. News Steeter Stuart tops my list.

For ownership one has to include Maxwell E Richmond. What he did with
WMEX was extraordinary given the signal limitations.

On 8/20/08, Donna Halper <dlh@donnahalper.com> wrote:
> At 10:19 PM 8/20/2008, Kevin Vahey wrote:
>>Donna who are the others?
>>I hope Fred Cusick is one as it would be nice to see him honored while
>>still alive.
> Alas, there were so many we wanted to honor, and just a few we could
> get this year.
> This year, we will honor:  Bill Buchanan, Bob Lobel, Arnie Ginsburg,
> Larry Glick, Shelby Scott
> Jack Hynes, Sarah-Ann Shaw, Norman Knight and Don Thurston
> And the inductees being honored posthumously (and some family members
> may attend, plus we'll have a video retrospective about them):
> David Brudnoy, Norm Prescott, Bob Clayton, Sunny Joe White
> Carl DeSuze, Jerry Williams and Louise Morgan

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