“There’s no question that he was one of the best writers in America,” anchor Huel Perkins said, fighting back tears. “But more importantly than that he was one of the best human beings I’ve ever met in my life.”
Margolis, who has been with WJBK since 1984 and currently anchors the station’s 11 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. newscasts, has been off the air since Thursday.
On a memorial website for Zaslow, the family released a statement: “We are incredibly appreciative and in awe over the outpouring of love and condolences offered by so many around the world. Your continued warm words are great comfort for all of us during this time.”
No word yet on when Margolis will return to work.
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