To this day, our most popular post has to do with the disappearance of Nick Toma from local television. More than a year later, the post still receives comments.
December 13, 2012 at 8:41 am
Nick toma got fired! As much as i miss him he shouldnt of done what he did on live tv. Him and marianne are friends. And do u really think that is the REAL don g commenting on this page? Highly dojbtful.
Well, today I noticed that radio deejay legend, Don Geronimo, shared this link to Nick’s bio at WTVO/WQRF in Rockford, Illinois.
Nick comes to Eyewitness News with 23 years of reporting and anchoring experience, most recently in Sacramento, California where he co-hosted a five hour morning show…Nick’s hidden talent? He’s a drummer and enjoys filling in for cover bands when he can. Nick has played in tribute bands for The Beatles, Stones and The Who. He’s open to sitting in for Rockford cover bands and his price is right (free!).
And, by the way, the Nick Toma Fanclub Facebook page is alive and kicking with 523 fans.
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We MISS NICK TOMA. TOO BAD YIU HAD TO GO TO. ILL. SAD. ♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡
We miss Nick here in Sacramento, He was simply The Best !!
Pretty darn good Drummer also, Sawbbies on the Sacramento river Nick
Sorry, I meant “Swabbies” on the Sacramento River !!
I was wondering what ever happen to Nick Tomas – Really miss seeing him on Goodday Sacramento which I’m a faithful fan – Goodday really needs to have an all cast former & recent reunion – Best Wishes Nick!!!!
Several of my friends and I QUIT Our faithful morning habbit “Good Day” the day that Nick Toma was fired. Haven’t watched it since.