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David “Buck” LeVasseur dies at 70

Buck was with TV6 for more than three decades.
Published: Jul. 28, 2020 at 7:35 PM EDT
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MARQUETTE, Mich. (WLUC) - The creator and long-time host of ‘Discovering', David “Buck” LeVasseur has died.

Buck was with TV6 for more than three decades. He started in the news department in 1976, doing a little bit of everything.

Then in 1980, the ‘Discovering’ show was created. He was the host, producer, reporter and videographer for the weekly program.

Buck passed away in hospice in his hometown of Bay City, Michigan surrounded by family.

Buck LeVasseur was 70 years old.

We’ll have more about Buck Wednesday on your TV6 News.

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