Stories Of Fatherhood: WCBS-TV’s Jennifer McLogan
As our news team celebrates Father’s Day, CBS 2′s Jennifer McLogan’s honors her dad.
Jennifer McLogan is WCBS-TV’s Long Island reporter. She has worked at stations up and down the East coast, including Chicago’s WBBM-TV, and Boston’s WBZ-TV.
Recognized for her breaking news coverage of notable events like the TWA Flight 800 crash, the Philadelphia Police firebombing and the death of Arthur Ashe, the veteran newswoman is the daughter of the Honorable Edward A. “Ted” McLogan.
A former county executive in Flint, Mich., Ted McLogan is a World War II hero, a Merrill’s Marauders survivor and leader and in the Army Ranger Hall of Fame. Additionally, the military man is also a stockbroker extraordinaire.
McLogan calls her father “a brilliant man filled with honesty and integrity.” His years as a stockbroker were spent “up north” in Suttons Bay, Mich. Now retired downstate he is active in the Ann Arbor community, giving back to the University of Michigan, where he proudly graduated from in 1942.
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In addition to his honors, “Ted” McLogan is the inspiring father of seven children – and 21 grandchildren – across the globe, and husband to Beatrice Bouchard McLogan.