Communication Hall of Fame (Page 2)

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. Siegal also served as general manager of KDBC from 1991 until his retirement in 1995.SHOW ME NOW

University of Alabama Communications and Information Sciences Hall of Fame – Sela Ward has won two Emmys and a Golden Globe award for “Best Actress in a Primetime Series.” She also founded Hope Village for Children, an alternative to the traditional foster-home system, in her hometown of Meridian, Mississippi.SHOW ME NOW

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.SHOW ME NOW

Jim Oakley has had two distinct and distinguished careers. Raised in Bibb County, Alabama, Oakley worked in the family business, the Centreville Press, a weekly, from the time he was a boy, at first sweeping the floors and delivering the papers. In 1984, Oakley sold the paper, intending to retire, but was called almost immediately by UA Dean Ed Mullins to teach journalism.