Dana Tindall Helped Shape Alaska’s Communication Landscape

Ellen Lockyer, KSKA – Anchorage

Among the victims of Monday’s plane crash were Dana Tindall, 48, and her 16-year-old daughter Corey Tindall.  Dana Tindall was a senior vice president at GCI and had been with the company for 24 years. GCI’s Ron Duncan, says Tindall and her daughter were a big part of the GCI family and that the company is devastated by the news of their passing.

In Juneau, GCI lobbyist Reed Stoops says Tindall helped shape today’s communications landscape in Alaska.

And Stoops says Tindall helped GCI expand its services.

Dana Tindall served in her current role since 1993, and has served as an adjunct professor of regulatory economics at Alaska Pacific University. Stoops says that she worked well with other people. Dana leaves behind a husband, Virgil Peachey, and a son, Connor Tindall.

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