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Leesa K. Mitchell (1990)
Joe Elliott (1990)
Jock Sutherland (1990)
Jack Fox (1990)
Fred Wiche (1990)
Doug McElvein (1990)
WHAS weekenders circa 1992: John Ross (sitting),
and left-to-right behind him are Mark Steven Williams, Terry Dismore and Steve Kirkland
Milton Metz
The WHAS Control Room in 2006
The photo above and the two below were taken on Friday, August 15, 2008 during a reunion of 1970s-era WHAS personnel at the home of former WHAS News Director Glen Bastin. Pictured L-R are these news/sports alumni: Mark Pfeiffer, Jerry Leitzell, Chuck Patyk (Chuck was the guy talking with John Burke during the 1974 tornado when Burke said "I gotta get out of here" and hung up on the air), Dave Siler, Glen Bastin (in the hat), Fran Severn, Byron Crawford, Jeff Marks, Stephanie Bateman Madison, Van Vance (voice of the old Kentucky Colonels) and Mark Thomas.

This group is primarily programming/on-air folks from WHAS in the '70s. L-R: Jerry David Melloy, Jack Fox, Van Vance (voice of the old Kentucky Colonels), John Polk, Gary Burbank, Ken Schulz (meteorologist), Helen Huber (not on air), Bill Cody and Anne Hubbs (not on air)
L-R: Milton Metz, Ray Shelton
The building at 6th and Chestnut where WHAS radio originated its programming for over three decades
This sign is on the building's west side facing 6th Street.
This plaque is at one of the entrances to the downtown WHAS building.
Producer Carl Blanton in the WHAS control room
Gary Burbank on the air with Terry Meiners (October 15, 2009)
Gary Burbank and Terry Meiners (October 15, 2009)
Gary Burbank doing "Earl Pitts" on the Terry Meiners show (October 15, 2009)
Gary Burbank, Coyote Calhoun and Terry Meiners at WHAS (October 15, 2009)
Terry Meiners and Milton Metz (December 4. 2012). Metz was a guest on Meiners' "Great Day Live" which is broadcast from the same WHAS-TV studio where Metz did his morning TV show "Omelet" in the 1970s.

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