Metro Detroit: Newsmakers Dec. 7, 2008

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Detroit Free Press:

Lynne Woodison, one of the pioneering female voices in Detroit rock radio, got the ax from her longtime morning gig on WCSX-FM last month. For 11 years at WCSX, and decades before that at other spots on the FM band, Woodison's distinctive dulcet register accompanied the sunrise for listeners. Now she's among the growing ranks of Michiganders laid off, fired or bought out. The married mother of two grown sons, Woodison was caring for her ailing 87-year-old mother, Maxine Woodison, this fall. Two weeks after her mother died of pancreatic cancer on Oct. 28, Woodison and show partner Jim Johnson were let go... Radio personality looks ahead after losing her job and her mom (Sun, 12/7)

 

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