Medford Woman Working To Keep JFK's Legacy Alive

, Written by Craig Smullin, Posted: Fri, November 22 2013 at 5:38 PM, Updated: Fri, November 22 2013 at 5:43 PM

It's a dark day in American history. Fifty years ago today President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas as his motorcade drove through Dealey Plaza. In accordance with this sad anniversary... people are reflecting... both across the world and here at home. NBC-5's Craig Smullin reports on one local woman doing her best to keep JFK's memory alive.

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Craig Smullin

NBC5 News Director Craig Smullin co-anchors NBC5 News at 6 and hosts the 5 on 5 Feature Interview on NBC5 News at 5.

A native of the San Francisco Bay Area, Craig graduated from Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo, California with a degree in Recreation Administration and Sports Management.

Since joining NBC5 News in 2005, Craig has performed virtually every job in the newsroom: News and Sports Reporter, Sports Anchor, Producer, series and segment Host and Anchor of NBC5 News at Sunrise and NBC5 News at 5. He became News Director in January, 2014.

When he's not managing a busy newsroom, Craig spends time with his wife, two young sons and two dogs. He is a dedicated fan of the San Francisco 49ers and Portland Trailblazers and loves snow boarding the slopes of Mt. Ashland.

Catch Craig anchoring weekdays on NBC5 News at 6pm.

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