Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Greenlee to share insights on SuperTalk radio show

Craig T. Greenlee
It’s been 42 years since the Marshall University plane crash, yet the recollections from that time are still fresh in the minds of those who were on the scene at that time. A former football player-turned sportswriter knows all about it.

Craig T. Greenlee, the author of the memoir November Ever After, is one of the people who were left behind in the aftermath of MU aviation disaster, which is considered to be the worst in the history of American sports.

On the night of November 14, 1970, a DC-9 jet carrying most of the Thundering Herd’s football team, along with several coaches, school administrators and boosters, crashed while attempting to land. There were no survivors among the seventy-five passengers on board.

Greenlee will discuss his experiences and his book in an exclusive radio interview on the radio show, Planning For Tomorrow, Experiencing Today with host Fred Kitchen.

The 60-minute show will be broadcast on Friday (Nov. 30) at 9 a.m. on SuperTalk Radio 94.1 FM/WRVC 930 AM in Huntington, West Virginia. To listen to the live interview, 
go to http://www.supertalk941.com and click on: 

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Planning For Tomorrow, Experiencing Today, which airs weekly, focuses on end-of-life issues and concerns as well as life events.

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