Chuck Gaidica Stepping Down As Chief Weathercaster To Pursue Ministry

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via: The Detroit News

Chuck Gaidica, a familiar face on Detroit television for more than 30 years, plans to step away from the WDIV-TV (Channel 4) weather desk to become a pastor at a Novi church.

In a pointedly slow transition, Gaidica says he’ll remain at his current job until August, then cut back to part-time contributions, focusing on special events and good-news features.

“I’m 55. It’s not the normal time to leave a big job at a big station,” says Gaidica, who came to Detroit from Little Rock, Ark., in 1982. “I’m anxious to find out what God has in store for me going forward.”

Gaidica says he’d been wrestling with the direction of his life for the past four years, roughly the same time he’s been working on a master’s in ministry leadership.

With his degree in hand from Cornerstone University, he’ll become pastor of world…

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2 thoughts on “Chuck Gaidica Stepping Down As Chief Weathercaster To Pursue Ministry

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