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Press Club Presidents

 

Current: Josh Cradduck....2013-present (Time Warner Cable News)

1951/52.....Joseph V. Ganley* (Herald-Journal)
1953.........Edward B. Griffin* (Herald-Journal)
1954.........Richard A. Page* (WFBL)
1955.........Robert M. Hofmann* (Herald-Journal)
1956.........Claude (Red) Parton (WSYR)
1957.........Howard J. Carroll (Herald-Journal)
1958.........Donald C. Fradenburgh (Herald-Journal)
1958.........Paul H. Strom* (Post-Standard)
1959.........Frederick Hillegas* (WSYR)
1960.........Richard J. Hanlon
1961.........Joseph A. Porcello (Herald-Journal)
1962.........John N. Whitney* (Post-Standard)
1963.........Claude (Red) Parton (WNDR)
1964.........William D. Cotter (Herald-Journal)
1965.........Don Edwards (WSYR)
1966.........Glenn Williams* (WNDR)
1967.........Selwyn Kershaw* (Herald-Journal)
1968.........Leroy Natanson (Post-Standard)
1969.........Art Peterson (WFBL)
1970.........Philip Hofmann* (Herald-Journal)
1971.........Robert Visser* (WNYS)
1972.........Harold Addington* (Herald-Journal)
1973.........Jules Coleman (WFBL)
1974.........Robert Greabell* (Herald-Journal)
1975.........A. Brohmann Roth* (Herald-Journal)
1976.........Rod Wood (WHEN)
1977.........Peter B. Volmes (Post-Standard)
1978.........William Crozier (Herald-Journal)
1979.........Dick Mastriano (WNDR)
1980.........Dexter Blake (WIXT)
1981.........James Woolsey* (Post-Standard)
1982.........Evelyn Clayton (Herald-Journal)
1983.........Ron Hastings (WSYR)
1984.........Scott Atkinson (WTVH)
1985.........James Woolsey* (Post-Standard)
1986.........Andy Brigham (WIXT)
1987.........Stan Linhorst (Herald-Journal)
1988/89.....Jeff Scheidecker* (WIXT)
1990.........Vince Golphin (Herald-Journal)
1991/92.....Nancy Duffy* (WIXT)
1993.........Walt Shepperd (New Times)
1993/94.....Walter Grunfeld* (Marathon Printing)
1995/96.....Ken Jackson (Constitution/Urban CNY)
1997/98.....Jeff Paston (WSTM)
1999.........Tracy Carman (Eagle Newspapers)
2000/01.....Chris Weidman (WSYR)
2002/03.....Matt Mulcahy (WTVH)
2004.........Evelyn Clayton (Post-Standard)
2005.........David Tyler (Eagle Newspapers)
2006.........Chris Weidman (WSYR)
2007.........Lou Gulino (WSTM)

2012.........Robert Baker (Post-Standard)

 

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Wall of Distinction

Maureen Green

WTVH-TV
WIXT-TV

Like a lot of Central New Yorkers, Maureen Green came here for the educational opportunities and then never left. A native of Worcester, Massachusetts, Maureen came to Syracuse for graduate work at the S.I. Newhouse School of Communications.

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