Birthplace: Cleveland, Ohio.
Education: St. Edward High School, Cleveland State University.
Current Position/Job Duties: Videographer/multimedia journalist.
Previous Work Experience: Cleveland State television department.
Joined NewsChannel5: Internship began October 1980 and began as an employee March 1981.
Most Memorable Stories: 1990 series on Cleveland ghost stories, rollercoaster granny and Iwo Jima visit.
Awards/Honors: Three Emmys and a National Headliner award.
Family: Partner Chris, mom Peggles and sister Ann.
Pet: Nick the cat.
My passion: Travel.
Hobbies & Interests: Cycling, poker and pets.
Additional Info: Cancer survivor, played golf in all 50 states, met Mother Teresa in Calcutta and was a contestant on The Price is Right in 1993.
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