But besides sheer longevity, the former disc jockey deserves applause for his remarkable water-safety campaign, in which he reminds viewers to "watch your kids around water." That emerged as his catchphrase, and he has devoted much off-camera time to giving talks on water safety and handing out pamphlets and coloring books.RELATED: Phoenix's 10 most memorable TV news anchors The long-running campaign wasn't merely a bit of clever public relations on Munsey's part."But seriously, I’ve lived my version of the American dream.I have a wonderful family and friends, a job I love and enjoy each day, and I got to choose to retire and give up the time restraints and control that others have over me so I could give that control to one person — my wife.”Doug Bannard, vice president of news at Fox 10, was a little more sober in his statement."Dave is part of the fabric of this community," Bannard said in the release.The two went out on their first date later that week and began consistently dating immediately afterwards all throughout college.They dated for seven years before the big moment when another “yes” from Andrea would seal their love for the rest of their lives."Over the last 41 years he has truly made an impact on the lives of people living all over the Valley.
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Love Story: Andrea & Chris Andrea Robinson, anchor of “FOX 10 Arizona Morning”, and her husband Chris experienced one of those romances that are typically only seen in the movies.
How They Met In May of 2001, Andrea and Chris were just two students at a summer party with no idea that love was coming their way.
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