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The MAB has learned that Ann MacDonald, the wife of former MAB President Ken MacDonald, Sr. and matriarch of MacDonald and MacDonald-Garber Broadcasting passed away June 12.
MAB President/CEO Karole White notes that "Ann was a dear sweet lady who played an important role with her husband Ken in the growth of MacDonald Broadcasting. She attended many conferences and MAB events over the years. Ken MacDonald Sr. was on the search committee that hired me. Ann would often tell me that Ken told her that I was one of the best hires he ever made. Ken, Ann and the whole MacDonald family are very dear to me and to many others I'm sure."
There will be a visitation at Deisler Funeral Home in Saginaw on Monday, June 19 from 3:00 - 7:00 p.m. with funeral at St. Dominic Church in Saginaw, Tuesday, June 20 at 11:00 a.m.
Our hearts and prayers go out to the MacDonald Family as they grieve the passing of Ann.
Click read more for Ann MacDonald's complete obituary.
The Michigan Association of Broadcasters and the MAB Foundation are pleased to announce the 2017 Hall of Fame Inductees and the Lifetime Achievement Award Recipient, to be honored Tuesday, August 22 at Crystal Mountain Resort in Thompsonville.
This year's Lifetime Achievement honor goes to Marla Drutz (pictured right), Vice-President and General Manager of WDIV-TV (Detroit).
See Marla's complete biography here.
The 2017 Hall of Fame inductees are:
Available to all broadcasters, NAB members or not.
The National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) has announced that new We Are Broadcasters spots are now available for download. The spots highlight why there’s a big difference between broadcast stations and other sources of information, reminding policymakers and audiences that when Americans seek a trusted news source they know they can always rely on our local radio and television stations.