Bob Haulman

Bob Haulman, 49, San Francisco newsman, died April 24 in Alameda, Calif., of an apparent heart attack.

On April 23, Haulman broadcast live from the Navy hospital ship Mercy as it sailed into San Francisco Bay on its way home from the Persian Gulf.

Haulman, a co-anchor for KPIX-TV San Francisco, also worked for 10 years for news radio station KCBS as a weatherman and newsman. He won several awards. Haulman left KCBS last fall to join KPIX as a weathercaster but ended up as co-anchor for its morning news program.

Prior to working at KCBS, he spent 12 years at KNTV San Jose, beginning as an investigative reporter and eventually becoming managing editor. Before that, he was a reporter and news anchor for San Jose’s KXRX radio.

Survived by two daughters and a stepson.

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