Rebecca Randall    Biography 

Rebecca began her Orlando career with Channel 2 in 1978. She worked there for three years, then went into radio for five years.  She and Larry (Shannon) Roberts worked together there in 1980. Rebecca became the evening news anchor on WDBO-AM 580 in 1983.  In December of 1984 Rebecca  won a second-place award for radio reporting from the Florida Medical Association for her five-part report on spinal injury titled "The Catastrophic Disease."  In 1986 she became the new host-producer of "Good Day!",  WOFL-Channel 35's 6-6:30AM weekday public affairs show for eight years.  In 1992, Rebecca was a recipient of the American Women in Radio and Television Max Award. She was honored along with Barbara Stump, WFTV's Public Affairs Director and Channel 6 meteorologist  Pamela Kister-Brady. By 1994 she was doing her "Good Day!" show as well as the morning news on WJHM-FM 102.  Rebecca became News Director at WDAT-AM 1380 in Ormond Beach and weekend anchor for the Sheridan Broadcasting Co. Rebecca died in 2002 of congestive heart failure at the age of 62.  

Larry (Shannon) Roberts 
remembers Rebecca Randall. "... I did a morning show on WESH TV in 1980 with Rebecca Randall...the most fun I think I've ever had in TV.  Rebecca and I did an hour from 6 to 7 am...even danced on the air on one occasion.  We were a couple that WESH had a hard time reigning in...BUT THE VIEWERS LOVED US..."  "...Rebecca was one of the loveliest and nicest people I have ever worked with, in this business.  We could hardly make it through the news reading portion of our show without laughing or going off the deep end..." " What a GAL!!  

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