Monday, January 23, 2012
Greenlee is featured guest on radio program
For Craig T. Greenlee, the night of November 14, 1970 will always be etched in memory. It was an unforgettable night. Marshall University’s football team was involved in a plane crash that killed most the team.
Greenlee will join host Calvin Patterson on the radio program Empowering YOU! to give his personal insights about the tragedy. The half-hour program will air tonight (January 23) at 7 o’clock on WSNC-FM 90.5.
At the time of the plane crash, Greenlee was a college student at Marshall. But deeper still, he was a former teammate who played defensive back for the Thundering Herd for two seasons. He left the team for personal reasons a year before the tragedy. He knew most the players who died, which included his best friend Scottie Reese..
“The Marshall plane crash was a horrific event,” Greenlee said. “But it’s also a historical event. That time period in my life is forever memorable. This is a story that educates, enlightens and inspires.”
Tonight’s interview will be available on the world-wide web as a live stream broadcast at the WSNC web site
Click on “Listen to WSNC Online” and choose from the following formats: mp3, iPhone, Android and Blackberry.
WSNC is a National Public Radio affiliate station located on the campus of Winston-Salem State University (North Carolina).
Click here to view promo video for tonight's "Empowering YOU!" program