Goodbye To News Anchor Donna Gormley

1:09 PM, Nov 21, 2007   |    comments
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Donna joined the NEWS CENTER Team in 1995 as the producer of NEWS CENTER at 6:00. Just one year later, she was anchoring local news updates in the Morning Report. Gormley moved into the early evening anchor position in August of 1997, was named Assistant News Director the year after and ultimately was promoted to Managing Editor in 1999. In January 2002, Gormley left NEWS CENTER for politics, working for now-Governor John Baldacci as Director of Communications. Missing journalism, Gormley re-joined NEWS CENTER in November of 2002 to co-anchor the 5:00 and 6:00 newscasts. She began her news career in radio at WBOS-Boston, where she was News Director/Morning News Anchor. She moved to Maine in 1986, leaving the news business to open an inn on Deer Isle. Gormley eventually found herself back in news, working as news anchor for WQCB-Radio, later becoming News Director. She was born in Boston and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Journalism from Suffolk University. Donna is involved with area and statewide youth and family organizations. She lives on a small farm in Levant with her husband Chris, daughters Allie and Sam, and son Cole. Click on the video link on the right side of the page to see her NEWS CENTER goodbye and video tribute.

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