One of the Southland’s truly legendary groups, Pacific Pioneer Broadcasters, honored one of America’s favorite television legends, Peter Marshall, this past Friday, May 16, during their luncheon, at the Sportsmans’ Lodge in Studio City.
Joining him on the dais was well-known media personalities, Norm Crosby, Monty Hall, Jack Jones, Chuck Southcott, Howard Storm, Alex Trebek, and Jo Anne Worley. Master of Ceremonies for the luncheon was Commander Chuck Street, President of Pacific Pioneer Broadcasters.
Peter Marshall was born to a show business family. His mom was a costume designer and elder sister, Joanne Dru, is remembered for her roles in Red River and She Wore a Yellow Ribbon. His background includes theater, radio, movies, author, and television, most well-known as the host of Hollywood Squares. In 2005 he began his association with American Senior Association (ASA). And over the years he has been honored with Emmys and Hall of Fame taps. But he is most proud of his six children and wife Laurie Stewart.
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