Sharon Dahlonega Bush
Sharon Raiford Bush
Sharon Dahlonega Raiford Bush at Yamashiro Hollywood on December 7, 2013
Sharon Daisy Raiford
February 29, 1952
|Other names||Sharon Crews|
Grand L. Bush (m. 1994)
Sharon Dahlonega Bush (born Sharon Daisy Raiford; February 29, 1952) is an American television newscaster and print journalist. She was born in Greensboro, North Carolina, and resides in Los Angeles, California.
Bush studied philosophy at North Carolina A&T State University. She later studied at the University of Detroit, the US Naval Air Technical Training Command and Georgia State University at Atlanta.
Sharon Crews (as she was then known) later anchored news and weather at CBS and NBC network affiliates in North Carolina and Tennessee, respectively, before becoming an Atlanta, Georgia, correspondent and executive producer for Black Entertainment Television.
- "Additions Made To Newswatch 3 Staff" The Commercial Appeal, February 3, 1981.
- "Anchoring the News", Memphis Tri-State Defender, September 7, 1984.
- "Sharon Crews enjoys her job", The Commercial Appeal, December 27, 1983.
- TV Week, Greensboro Daily News, December 12, 1976.
- In The Beginning..., thescenedetroit.com; retrieved March 9, 2007.
- "Computer age puts handle on forecasting", The Commercial Appeal, April 5, 1981.
- "Greensboro Native Promoted to National Correspondent", Carolina Peacemaker, December 20, 1990.
- "The Tunes That Shaped American Music — They Call It The Blues", Cash Box, Volume XLIX, February 1986.
- Grand L. Bush profile, imdb.com; retrieved March 10, 2007.