Dick Gosselin, Veteran Maine Broadcaster and Reporter, Dies at Age 72


Dick Gosselin, a veteran Maine broadcaster and reporter, died July 1 after a months-long struggle with Lewy Body disease and Parkinson’s. He was 72.

In a broadcast career that spanned a half-century, Mr. Gosselin became a mainstay on Portland television stations WCSH-6 and WMTW-8. He often joked about the fact that he worked at WGME-13 for one day, so technically had worked at all three local stations.

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