Friday, November 18, 2011

Greenlee: 'I lost my best friend in that plane crash'

       The saga of the Marshall University plane crash never gets old. As time passes, the story continues to resonate with people from all across the United States.
       Earlier this week, former Thundering Herd defensive back Craig T. Greenlee spoke with News Program Director Tim Lewis of Riverbend Communications about his days as a college jock at MU in the late ‘60s/early ‘70s. Greenlee has written a book about that time in his life – November Ever After: A memoir of tragedy and triumph in the wake of the 1970 Marshall football plane crash.
       The book takes an intimate look at the events surrounding the night of November 14, 1970, the aftermath of the disaster, and how it impacted the lives of those who were left behind.
       Click on the link below to listen to an excerpt of an exclusive interview that’s currently running on the website for Newstalk radio (KBLI 690-AM and KBLY 1260-AM). Both stations are part of the East Idaho Radio network.

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