Notables Join Paul Sullivan For Final Show On WBZ
June 29, 2007 at 5:38 AM (PT)
CBS News/Talk WBZ-A/BOSTON evening host PAUL SULLIVAN was honored by the City of BOSTON with the declaration of "PAUL SULLIVAN DAY" as he broadcast his final show for the station THURSDAY night (6/28).
SULLIVAN was joined by his wife, MARY-JO GRIFFIN, and a visit from Mayor THOMAS M. MENINO in the studio, and Sens. JOHN KERRY and TED KENNEDY (D-MA), former Governor and current presidential candidate MITT ROMNEY, and present Gov. DEVAL PATRICK called in to send their best wishes. SULLIVAN, who underwent his fourth surgery for removal of brain tumors eight weeks ago and is leaving in part to concentrate on his health situation, replaced the late DAVID BRUDNOY in WBZ's evening slot in 2004.