Maggi Donahue

Prior to WATD, Maggi had a 20 year career within the cable industry as a pioneer on the South Shore, bringing news and entertainment to over 50 towns from Scituate to Seekonk. She was responsible for growth and acquisition through creative campaigns throughout Southeast MA.

Maggi used new business development with focused regional concentration, using radio as prime media and in conjunction with other medium to present a fully integrated marketing campaign to maximize growth of individual companies on the South Shore. In her spare time Maggi enjoyed travelling, gardening and boating.

Maggi completed training in the following:

Certificate of completion for the Radio Training Academy – Advanced Program: 3/22/2006

Certificate of completion for the Alternative Revenue Development (NTR) Program: 11/13/2007


February 28th, 2012 – Funeral Arrangements announced for Maggi Donahue

Donahue, Margaret “Maggi” of Marshfield, February 26, 2012 at the age of 60. Loving mother of Michael J. Donahue McCarthy of Portland, Oregon. Margaret is also survived by her loving partner Michael Parent of Marshfield. Dear sister of the late Kathleen Donahue. Dear daughter of the late James and Margaret Donahue of Connecticut. Margaret was born in Yonkers, NY and raised in Greenwich, CT. She worked for WATD Marshfield in the radio promotions department.

A memorial service will be held on Friday, March 2, 2012 from 4 to 7 p.m. at the MacDonald Funeral Home, 1755 Ocean St. Rte 139, Marshfield.

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(Obituary from MacDonald Funeral Home)

February 27th – Statement from WATD-FM on the passing of Maggi Donahue

Maggi Donahue, a member of the WATD family, unexpectedly passed away over the weekend. WATD would like to send condolences to her friends and family. Maggi was an extremely kind and generous person and a friend to everyone she met. She will be greatly missed by all the staff here at WATD, and everyone in her life. Rest In Peace, Maggi.

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