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David Wade Biography, Age, Wife, Early life, Education, Career

David Wade is an American multiple award-winning journalist. He co-anchors the WBZ TV News weekday newscasts with co-anchor Paula Ebben, meteorologist Melissa Mack, and reporter David Robi Robichaud.

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David Wade Biography

David Wade is an American multiple award-winning journalist. He co-anchors the WBZ TV News weekday newscasts with co-anchor Paula Ebben, meteorologist Melissa Mack, and reporter David Robi Robichaud.

David Wade Age

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David Wade Wife

Wade is possibly single. He was previously married to Bianca de la Garza and Fancy Ronayne.

David Wade Early Life

David Wade was born over forty years ago in Somerville, Massachusetts. His parents were happy to welcome their son into the world. They lived in a nice home in the suburbs of Somerville. The town as a great place for them to raise their child. David grew up without any siblings. He didn’t get to experience life with brothers or sisters but he didn’t let it negatively influence. He stepped outside of his comfort zone and tried to make friends at school to keep him company.

David Wade Education

While he was a young boy, David attended the local school in his native town and grew up an ordinary boy with big dreams. During the formative years of his life, he attended Tewksbury High School. As he had a dream to become a journalist in the future, Wade entered into Emerson College. Soon after, he graduated from the college with a Bachelor of Arts degree in broadcast journalism.

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David Wade Journalism Career

After finishing his college education, his first place of work was as a reporter at WRNN-TV in Rye Brook, New York. Besides his first gig, Wade was a reporter at WXXA-TV (Fox) in Albany, New York. David also took part at Boston’s WFXT-TV where he was a weekday anchor during the 5 PM and 10 PM time slots.

In the year 1998, Wade became a member of WFXT-TV. For many great years, he had been working as a general assignment reporter before getting the position as an anchor. Currently, he co-anchors WBZ-TV News during the evening and late evening time slots. His partners on the network are well-known journalists Lisa Hughes and Eric Fisher. Sometimes he works at the correctional center as a side job.

David Wade Covering the Changing Landscape of Boston’s Leadership

In one of his proudest moments, David got the chance to interview the new group of Boston’s leaders. The significant part of the change was the fact that the new leaders are African Americans. During a special ceremony at the baseball stadium, Fenway Park, there were three new leaders that were honored. The new Boston Police Commissioner William Gross, Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley, and Sheriff Steve Tompkins were happy to talk about their new roles.

Everyone involved was extremely happy to part of the milestone. Even the people behind the scenes could feel the impact. David still recalls the day with great memories, “The WBZ-TV photographer shooting a video for the event told me he was filled with pride with what he was seeing. Photographer Ron Mitchell, an African-American man from Boston, said he was inspired to see the first black Boston Police Commissioner, first black Congresswoman for Massachusetts and the second black Sheriff to be elected in a row in Suffolk County– all together on the field.”

David Wade From Honoring A Lost Husband To Riding For A Cure

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For almost half my life, I’ve been participating in the PMC,” said Melissa Jacoby. The Pan-Mass Challenge is a two-day biking fundraising to support cancer research and treatment at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.

This will be the 19th year Melissa is participating. She took on the Pan-Mass Challenge in 2001, motivated to carry on her husband’s memory. “I think the shock of having a 32-year-old, really healthy husband pass away sticks with me.”

Melissa and Perry Levy have been married for less than two years when Perry was diagnosed with cancer of the small bowel. Four months later, he was gone. “Perry was an avid athlete, cyclist, triathlete. He just had this zest for life,” said Melissa.

Given the physical challenge of the PMC, Melissa saw it as a perfect way to raise money in Perry’s honor.

In Melissa’s first PMC she rode with a close friend. She quickly began recruiting family members, including Perry’s brother, Matthew. “The first year, like Melissa’s first year, I used one of Perry’s old bikes.” Matthew signed up for a one-day ride and was immediately hooked on the event. “From there it’s history, as they say.”

The small army of committed cyclists called “Team Perry” has now grown to more than 80 riders. “I think all of us are amazed every year what it has become. It’s taken on a life of its own,” said Matthew.

“Most of the people on the team, at this point, never knew Perry but ride in his memory and ride for the cause,” added Melissa. The cause of funding a cure for cancer.

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