Regency Castle Assisted Living near Bellevue, WA hosted a keynote presentation given by Tony Ventrella, who spoke about his childhood and his career in broadcasting. Issaquah Nursing & Rehabilitation Center had the honor of meeting Mr Ventrella and learning more about his background and contributions to communities in Washington.
With a media career that spans over 40 years of experience, Tony was the digital media host for the Seattle Seahawks. As the digital media host, he covers games, practices and community events while also producing camera work for the Seahawks and the Sounders.
In the past, Tony was a sports reporter, a radio sportscaster and television anchor. Throughout his career, Ventrella has covered Olympic games, several World Series, Super Bowls, International Figure Skating events, Final Four basketball and Rose Bowl games.
Tony also published books reflecting on his personal memories and professional experiences, along with his perspectives on life.
Like Tony says, “When life throws you a curve, hit it out of the ballpark. And Smile!”