Detroit ABC affiliate WXYZ hosted a reunion for 300 past and present employees Saturday night (video above).
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After 44 years in the news business and 35 years as an anchor at WXYZ, Diana Lewis said her final goodnight last night.
There was a lot of love, and appreciation for Lewis, who announced her retirement in July. “Everyone has made me feel extra special,” she said in her 6pm sign-off. “And love, love, love you guys.”
“To everyone at home. God bless you thank you so much for loving me. I love you back.”
Many more pictures and videos are part of a Diana Lewis tribute page on the WXYZ website.
“I’ve had the most amazing career,” Lewis said in a statement. “The people I’ve met, the lives I’ve touched, and every life I’ve touched has touched me as well. The passion I felt the day I drove through the gates at Channel 7 is the same passion I still feel today. I will always be involved in the community, I will always be part of the Channel 7 family … I’m just excited to start this new chapter in my life.”
Lewis, who is the mother of WXYZ weekend anchor Glenda Lewis, will be interviewed tonight on the 5 p.m. newscast about her retirement. She will continue to anchor the 5 and 6 p.m. newscasts until she signs off on October 3. Read more
Earlier this week, Clark was honored by the Detroit City Council for her work at the station. She will step away from WXYZ, where she has worked since 1980, this summer.
“I personally feel that she has carried the flag for the spirit of Detroit for the past thirty years,” WXYZ anchor Diana Lewis said during a recent newscast. “So I’m happy to see city council members recognizing her for all she has done.”
Clark joined WXYZ as a news writer. She was eventually promoted to producer and has spent the better part of her career working as a general assignment reporter for the staion. Read more