Channel 2 Crew News

News of Retired and Former Channel 2 Employees

If you have any news about former employees please pass it along to the crew committee. An email address is on the contact page. A list of former Channel Two Employees who have passed away can be found at our Memoriam Page.

Chuck White


Chuck WhiteChuck White passed away on Monday, August 19, 2013. Chuck was a long time employee at Channel 2, working in the Film Department, later called Air Operations.

His wife, Georgia, asked that donations be given to the memorial at Fair Haven United Methodist Church or to the Cancer Society in Chuck’s (Charles White) name.

 

John Buffington


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We sadly report that John Buffington passed away on Wednesday, August 14th. Buff was a sales executive at Channel Two for many years and a friend to all.

You will find a memorial website at Forest Park Westheimer Funeral Home.

 

 

Patti Kay


Patti KaySadly, we report that Patti Kay, who worked at Channel Two in the ’70s passed away.

Memorial Services were held Friday February 3rd 1:00 PM at Stonebridge Church, 1 Stonebridge Dr., The Woodlands, TX. 281-363-9292, and  Monday February 6th 1:00 PM First United Methodist Church, 422 Church St., Grapevine, TX. 817-481-2559.

Martha Harvey


We’re sorry to report that Martha Harvey passed away on Sunday, December 4th. She was a long time employee of Channel Two as an Executive Assistant but better known to those who worked with her as a friend.

A memorial service was held in the Chapel at St. Luke’s United Methodist Church, 3471 Westheimer, on Friday, December 6. In lieu of flowers, the family request a tax deductible donation sent to the Memorial Hermann Woodlands Palliative Care,9401 Southwest Freeway, Suite 401, Houston, TX 77074.

Peyton Schuller


Peyton Schuller passed away on Sunday, June 26, 2011 in Houston. Peyton was purchasing agent at Channel 2 for about 4 years.  His son  Rob was one of Pat Taylor’s “Kid Show” kids and Peyton was one of the “behind the scenes” parents on that show.  He also had numerous other professional positions, most notably president of the family business Tri-Tex Machine and Tool Company, and science teacher at Reagan High School.