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Thank you, Frank!

Father Ross and Frank JazzoKNOM is sustained through the generosity of thousands of people, spread all across America. Some – like lawyer Frank Jazzo, pictured with KNOM board president Fr. Ross Tozzi – make our mission possible through their expertise. Based out of Washington, D.C., Frank was instrumental in the transfer of the official, FCC broadcast license to KNOM in the creation of KNOM Radio Mission, Inc. Recently, Frank also traveled all the way to Alaska to pay us a visit and see KNOM in person. Thanks so much, Frank!

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This article is part of the Christmas 2012 edition of our newsletter, The Nome Static.

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