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Bill Bolen

William O. “Bill” Bolen spent more than 50 years as an anchor for WBRC Fox 6 in Birmingham. Throughout his career, Bolen was witness to many major events, reporting from the front line of the Selma March in 1965 and interviewing John Glenn before his final flight into space in 1998, just to name two…. Read more »

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Gilbert Johnston

Gilbert E. “Gibby” Johnston enjoyed a prominent career in law, becoming one of the best-known First Amendment lawyers in Alabama. In 1974 Johnston joined the Birmingham law firm Johnston, Barton, Proctor, Swedlaw & Naff, where he worked with colleagues to establish numerous favorable precedents in the law pertaining to libel and privacy defense, access to… Read more »

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Shelton Prince

H. Shelton Prince Jr. began his newspaper career at the Cedartown (Ga.) Standard in 1956. He spent time in Galveston and Laredo, Texas, in Jasper and Selma and was publisher of the Brownwood (Texas) Bulletin at the time of his death in 1997. Prince was a senior vice president, group manager and president of the… Read more »

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Stan Siegal

During his broadcast career, Stan Siegal moved up from staff announcer all the way to group manager and general manager. After doing commentary for Alabama basketball and working in sales, Siegal joined Imes Communications as vice president and general manager of WBOY TV in Clarksburg, West Virginia. In 1985, Siegal became a general partner in… Read more »

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Sela Ward

Sela Ward is an award-winning actress known for roles as Teddy Reed in the NBC drama “Sisters” and as Lily Manning on the ABC series “Once and Again,” plus roles in films like “The Fugitive” and “The Guardian.” She joined the cast of “CSI: NY” in 2010 and will appear in the 2014 film “Gone… Read more »

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Wayne Greenhaw

Wayne Greenhaw loved to write and to tell stories. Each morning he was eager to get to his keyboard and dive in. Each evening nothing pleased him more than to meet with friends, often writers but sometimes retired army officers, executives or politicians, and swap tales. He enjoyed listening as much as talking. It was… Read more »