Four on air personalities at three different Milwaukee TV stations have announced their departures.
WDJT-TV weekend anchor Jacob Kittlstad tweeted his goodbye on Wednesday that included some highlights:
Today is my last day at @CBS58 and I can’t help but reflect on all the sincerely fun moments I’ve had. From MMJing to anchoring to @RacineandMe – all of it gave me constant pride and pleasure. Enjoy a quick cut of some of the highlights 👀👀👀 pic.twitter.com/SfS7tZb8oi
— Jacob Kittilstad 📪 (@reporterjlk) December 19, 2018
Myra Sanchick announced Tuesday that Friday will be her last day after more than 30 years on the air. She was a reporter and anchor at WITI-TV and says she’s off to new challenges.
35 years. The time went fast with the happy moments. Agonizingly slow through tragedies. We’ve shared it all. I’ve been honored to meet so many. I will leave Fox6 and my awesome co-workers Friday. Off to new challenges hoping to make a difference pic.twitter.com/gszdxsqp1L
— Myra Sanchick (@myrasanchick) December 18, 2018
WITI anchor/reporter Beverly Taylor also announced her departure this week. She joined the station in 1997. She wants to pursue a career related to dispute resolution, which she just studied for a masters degree. Her last day was Wednesday.
After 21 years at Fox6 tomorrow is my last day on air. Recently I got my Master’s Degree in Dispute Resolution and it’s time to pursue that field and a few other ventures. It will be hard to leave Fox6 and the wonderful people.Thank you to all who welcomed me into your homes.
— Beverly Taylor (@fox6bevtaylor) December 18, 2018
Finally, TaTiana Cash is leaving WTMJ-TV after four years as a reporter and traffic anchor. her last day was Dec. 8.
If you haven’t heard already: It’s my last day @tmj4 I’ve learned so much from my 4 years here. From Traffic Anchor to Reporter. Where friends turn into family. Here is where I really… https://t.co/Jrk6vDLprs
— TaTiana Cash (@TaTianaCashTV) December 9, 2018