Jerry Hodak was sent off in style last night with a party in his honor at Broadcast House. Inside: Check out pictures from the event.
On this, his last day as WXYZ-TV's chief meteorologist, Jerry Hodak's friends, colleagues and the people of Detroit are saying so long.
Most of us know Jerry best as Channel 7’s Chief Meteorologist, but some of his most memorable reports came as he left the studio to do medical and science stories. Some of those assignments made him one of television’s genuine pioneers.
This week is very special here at Channel 7 as we celebrate the life and career of Chief Meteorologist Jerry Hodak. After four and a half decades of mostly sunny skies and warm temperatures, Jerry has decided to retire. While we don’t want him to go, we do want to look back on all the many things he’s done.
Wearing his very own Tigers jersey with his name on the back, Chief Meteorologist Jerry Hodak threw out the first pitch at Wednesday night's Tiger game.
After more than 45 years as Detroit’s trusted source for weather, WXYZ-TV Chief Meteorologist Jerry Hodak will retire from Detroit’s ABC affiliate September 23.