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Whatever
Happened...

An update on past news

Wednesday, February 16, 2000

TV personality Clark
now lives, works
in Nashville

Question: Whatever happened to Leesa Clark, the television personality who was married to comedian Rap Reiplinger?

Answer: Clark, host of the "Working for You" segment on KITV in the late 1980s, is working behind the camera and living in Nashville, Tenn.

She and her husband, Rich Stone, own Stone Production, a video production company, and last week won a regional Emmy award for a 14-minute video about Nashville's Fan Fair.

The annual fair features a gathering of country entertainers and their fans.

Clark remained in the islands after Reiplinger died in 1984, but moved to Atlanta in 1990.

She was an anchor at CNN Headline News for about 18 months before moving to Nashville to work at WTVS, a CBS affiliate station, for three years.

"Life is good, but I do miss Hawaii," said Clark, who is the mother of two boys, ages 4 and 22 months.

She hopes to return for visits as time allows.



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