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World Trade Engineers Are in New Hall of Fame in New York

World Trade Engineers Are in New Hall of Fame in New York
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The New York State Broadcasters Association is establishing a Hall of Fame. It also named the first 32 members, including the six broadcast engineers who died at the World Trade Center on 9/11.
The engineers are Bob Pattison, Don DiFranco, Steve Jacobson, Bill Steckman, Rod Coppola and Isaias Rivera.
Other charter members of the Hall of Fame in the state include William S. Paley, Al Anscombe, Marty Beck, Frankie Crocker, Jim Delmonico, Bill O'Shaughnessy, Don Imus, Nancy Widmann and the three John Gamblings.
The state association turns 50 this year.

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