Mid-Michigan: Newsmakers Dec. 9, 2009

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Jackson Citizen-Patriot:

Jessika Baier could nail a fake British accent, plan a happening theme party or hold captive a karaoke audience, her friends said. A bubbly and spontaneous extrovert with a messy car and maybe 100 pairs of high heels, she had big, if ever changing, plans. "She never wanted to do just one thing. She wanted to do it all. She wanted to travel the world," said Baier's boyfriend, David Beaton. Baier, a former "American Idol" contestant and morning show co-host for Jackson radio station WKHM-FM (105.3), died early Tuesday in a vehicle wreck on I-94. She was heading west about 3:15 a.m. near Pierce Road in Washtenaw County's Sylvan Township when her Chrysler Sebring convertible left the road, according to a Michigan State Police news release... Jackson radio host Jessika Baier remembered by family and friends; funeral arrangements announced (Wed, 12/8)

 

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