Well my buddy Neal Boortz always said the best status symbol you can have in life is a long term marriage. I totally agree with him now that my marriage of 23 years has ended.
In a text, Skelton wrote: "This is a very sad time for me and my family. I hope that time does heal."
Skelton, who has two sons and was a producer for Boortz for many years until he retired in early 2013, now has a weekly afternoon show on WSB called "Belinda Skelton's Atlanta Living" from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturdays. A Blue Ridge native and UGA grad, she has been on Atlanta radio for nearly two decades. She began her radio career as a phone screener for Clark Howard.
"This is so sad," Howard texted. "They are both great people. I adore her."
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