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Dorothy Fuldheim

Dorothy Fuldheim, American journalist, commentator. Recipient Overseas Press Club award 1959, Ohio Firemen and Police award, 1955, 72, Israeli Freedom award, 1967 Theta Sigma Phi Annual National award, 1964, Ohio American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations award, 1973; first anchorwoman United States.

Background

  • Fuldheim, Dorothy was born on June 26, 1893 in Paterson, New Jersey, United States. Daughter of Herman and Bertha (Wishner) Snell.

  • Education

    • Student, Milwaukee College, 1914. Numerous honorary degrees.

    Career

    • With Scripps-Howard, Inc., 1924-1989. News analyst Station WEWS-television, Cleveland. Lecturer, interviewer.

    Works

    • A thousand friends
    • A collection of witty, interesting and fun remembrances by Cleveland television personality Dorothy Fuldheim.
    • Author: I Laughed, I Loved, I Cried, 1965, Where Were the Arabs, 1967, A Thousand Friends, 1974, Three and One-Half Husbands.

    Connections

    • Married Milton Fuldheim (deceased). 1 child, Dorothy Fuldheim Urman. Married W.L. Ulmer (deceased).
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    Died November 3, 1989
    (aged 96)
    • 1914
      Milwaukee College
    • 1924 - 1989
      With Scripps-Howard