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Hudson Valley Well Represented At WFAN 30th Anniversary Celebration

Cirillo and former Yankees star and former Mets manager Willie Randolph. Photo Credit: Contributed
WFAN’s acclaimed afternoon drive time host, is pictured with Sandy Ingber, executive chef, Grand Central Oyster Bar Photo Credit: Contributed
Suzyn Waldman of Yorktown Heights, pictured with Cirillo, was the first voice ever heard on WFAN in 1987. Photo Credit: Contributed
Coleman (right) and Murti catch up on baseball proceedings at the anniversary celebration. The two are rarely seen together in season except during the Yankees-Mets Subway Series games since they are with their respective teams covering the beat. Photo Credit: Contributed
Hudson Valley residents Ed Coleman, Sweeny Murti and John Cirillo. Photo Credit: Contributed

Some Hudson Valley dignitaries were in the house for WFAN Radio’s 30th anniversary to celebrate three decades for the one of the country’s longest running 24-hour sports talk radio channels.

Among those in attendance at the 30th Anniversary celebration at Grand Central Terminal were Dutchess County resident Sweeny Murti, Scarsdale native Ed Coleman, Suzyn Waldman of Yorktown Heights, Rockland County's Marc Malusis and Chappaqua’s John Cirillo, all longtime collaborators at the station.

Murti has been with the station in varying capacities since its inception in 1987, while Murti joined in 1993. Cirillo, who was described as “one of the top publicity executives in sports,” represents the Grand Central Oyster Bar, which has been advertising on WFAN for years. He also represents Empire City Casino at Yonkers Raceway and New Rochelle-based Steiner Sports. Waldman was the first voice ever heard on “The Fan” three decades ago and later became a color commentator for the Yankees.

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