The night of a lifetime for KLTV's Joan Hallmark - KLTV.com - Tyler, Longview, Jacksonville |ETX News

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We want to share some very important news with you about a treasured member of our KLTV News Family.  Joan Hallmark was honored with an Emmy Award for Lifetime achievement in Broadcast Television in November at the Lone Star Emmy Gala event in Houston, Texas.
 
Joan was inducted into the Emmy Organization's Silver Circle in the ceremonies.  The Silver Circle is an elite group of  television professionals who are recognized for devoting more than a quarter of a century to broadcasting while making significant contributions to the communities they serve.

To celebrate this monumental occasion, we would like to invite you to celebrate this well deserved award with us on Thursday, January 12 from 3 to 5 p.m. at the ETMC Pavilion in Tyler (801 Clinic Drive).
 
Joan is a native East Texan, a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin, and began her TV career at KTVT, Channel 11 in Dallas.
 
For the past 30 years, Joan has been with our KLTV News family and is best known on the air for her "Proud of East Texas" and her "Freedom Fighter" stories.  Joan has received many honors and awards for her TV work down through the years. 
 
Off the air, Joan has consistently committed herself to spearheading important efforts and events to raise money for East Texas charities and worthy causes. 
 
We are very proud of Joan Hallmark and honored to work along side her. 
Also chosen for Silver Circle honors is Dave Ward, longtime TV News Anchor at KTRK Television in Houston, Texas.
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