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Lori Moore steps down from WKZO

State Representatives Margaret O'Brien and Aric Nesbitt, and State Senator Tonya Shuitmaker stopped by the WKZO studio on Friday to present Lori with a certificate of tribute for her years of service. It was also signed by Congressman Fred Upton, State Rep. Sean McCann, and State House Speaker Jase Bolger.
State Representatives Margaret O'Brien and Aric Nesbitt, and State Senator Tonya Shuitmaker stopped by the WKZO studio on Friday to present Lori with a certificate of tribute for her years of service. It was also signed by Congressman Fred Upton, State Rep. Sean McCann, and State House Speaker Jase Bolger.

KALAMAZOO (WKZO) -- WKZO lost a radio legend this week, as Lori Moore, the community's favorite morning host, stepped down. She's not sick, she's not retiring, and she's still looking for the next opportunity, but after 18 years, Lori is now off the air at WKZO.

Congressman Fred Upton told Lori something on Friday that a lot of people could have said: that she's been a great voice to wake up to over the years. Western Michigan University President Doctor John Dunn noted Lori's many efforts on behalf of the Kalamazoo community, thanking her for supporting the university in mutiple ways.

Lori doesn't know what she'll be doing next, but Robin Hook, voice of the Broncos, said it best when he told her that he's sure she'll go on to further success. Lori's spent a total of 32 years on the air in Kalamazoo, on one station or another. 

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