John Stofflet to speak at Annual Meeting Dec. 2

John Stofflet, retired evening anchor for WMTV NBC15, will be the keynote speaker for the annual meeting of the Middleton Area Historical Society on Saturday morning, December 2.  The event will start at 10:00 am at the Middleton Senior Center, 7448 Hubbard Avenue. The annual meeting portion of the morning will begin promptly at 10 with a short introduction, approval of minutes and any other business that comes before the board.

John is a Middleton native that attended local schools and is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s School of Journalism.  After many years of reporting in Madison, John made the move to Seattle.  After working nearly two decades at KING-TV, the NBC affiliate and doing freelance work for National Geographic; John returned home to Wisconsin and NBC 15 in May of 2005.

John Stofflet served on the board of directors of the Badger Childhood Cancer Network and the Alzheimer’s and Dementia Alli ance of Wisconsin.  Through his work he was actively involved in NBC’s “Share Your Holidays” campaign for the Second Harvest Foodbank.

You will see John around the community talking to organizations and schools about his experiences as a broadcast journalist. John has had an amazing life full of adventures.  Come and hear all about them on December 2. He has been on assignment to 40 countries and all 7 continents.  He has interviewed President Obama, Governor Scott Walker and Governor Tony Evers and many celebrities.  John will reveal the interview that he enjoyed the most at his talk.  See you at the Middleton Senior Center at 10:00 on Saturday, December 2.


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