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Indeed, a far cry from covering state budgets, trials and fires, but no complaints. Please tell Dave Levin, Bob Gibson, Marty Duskin (who I called "Skipper") and that pesky nighttime caller Lou Freizer (kidding) that I said hello!Perhaps one day I can sneak back out to Teaneck and join the Board.After one of the station's nattily-dressed salesmen strutted through the newsroom with an air of disdain, Dick would switch into self-assured mode and confidently stride across the room with a fake smile and firmly shake my hand: "Hi, Dick Spencer, Sales." One night, he came to visit me at another station where I worked part-time as a producer (we made far below union scale at 'EEI and many of us had second and third jobs).The other station was #1 in the market, and its offices and studios had the fancy decor, equipment and accoutrements to match its ratings.There was no one else I would want writing or on the desk during a crisis.But what I remember more was his wry and subversive sense of humor.She ran up to me, gave me a huge hug and dragged me into the CBS reception, introducing me as "a CBSer" even though I'd been at the competition for years.) - ALEXANDRA BENNETT CANNADY, 7/11/16. I was a kid working at WCBS-AM in the late '80s and reading about the passing of Mike Ludlum left a knot in my throat. (cue flashback sequence) : Mike: Alexandra, you're never going to make it in this business. (I was devastated.) Mike: You don't smoke and you don't drink coffee.Two things you need to do to survive in this line of work. And seeing the photos of Art Athens and Gi Gi Birdas and Rona Landy -- WOW. Best, Alexandra rewitt, who was 68, died of cancer at his home in Manhattan on April 11, 2015.
I wasn't overly surprised, though, since a lot of bonds were formed during those years - and everyone loved Dick. I ran into her at a WH correspondent's dinner while she was still working with Rather, many years after we'd last seen each other.
The following morning when I showed up at the grey, shabby, rundown 'EEI newsroom to relieve him on the desk, he had taped hand-drawn pictures of plants and artwork above the folders and cart racks.
His answer to my unspoken question: "I just wanted you to feel at home." It sounds like he had a full and satisfying life before his accident and illness.
He was still young, of course, but it was his life's dream to work at Newsradio 88.
I remember his outstanding writing and editing skills, naturally, as well as his professionalism.