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Alexander W. Dannenbaum Jr.

Broadcasting exec

Broadcasting exec Alexander W. “Bink” Dannenbaum Jr. died Saturday Jan. 10 of natural causes in Boca Raton, Fla. He was 93.

Dannenbaum graduated from Princeton, served in World War II, then worked in radio and early TV. He began his career in 1956 with the Philco Corp. in Philadelphia. then joined Westinghouse Broadcasting in New York, where he rose to senior vice president, retiring in 1973.

He is survived by wife Sally, a son, three stepchildren, six grandchildren and a son.

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