Veteran sportscaster leaving ‘Zone’ for job at Foxcroft Acad

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Veteran sportscaster leaving ‘Zone’ for job at Foxcroft Acad

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Jun 21, 2016 4:44 am

Veteran sportscaster leaving ‘Zone’ for job at Foxcroft Academy

... He becomes the second prominent eastern Maine sportscaster to leave a Bangor-area station in recent months after Clem LaBree departed 92.9 FM The Ticket to become an operations specialist at Bangor’s Eastern Maine Medical Center.

“It was a tough decision, not one I took lightly,” said Nelson, who spent 18 years working for the Zone Corporation. “This station is very near and dear to my heart. I’ll miss a lot of the people. I’ve developed a lot of relationships over the years.

“But it was the right decision at the right time. It will be a new challenge, and I’ll have the opportunity to make a difference,” said Nelson. “I’ll also be able to go home. I spent a lot of hours broadcasting games there, I went to school there, and I know a lot of people in the community. I never really left. It was always there for me.”

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