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Reflect on your time watching Anne Trujillo before she signs off Thursday

Call 303-832-0111 and leave a voicemail message. You could be featured on the Denver7 website and shows.
Posted: 7:49 AM, Nov 15, 2023
Updated: 2023-11-16 20:21:00-05
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DENVER — After nearly 40 years at Denver7, our very own Anne Trujillo is set to sign off the air Thursday, November 16.

During her long career, she anchored the morning and weekend news before moving to the evening shows in 1999.

We want to give you a chance to leave a message and share a memory you have with Anne.

You can call our voicemail hotline at 303-832-0111 and leave a message. You could be featured on the Denver7 website and throughout our shows. Below we'll post some of your comments and also share voicemails.

Here are some of the tributes we've received from you, our faithful Denver7 viewers.

When I first moved to Colorado from Boston, I scanned all of the local news stations. 7 really spoke to me, but in particular, Anne Trujillo.
I dropped her a line (and got a pleasant response almost immediately). She came across as an authority, and that's who you want your news from, not a bubblegum-snapper.
I was shocked this morning, to hear of her departure. I'm wishing her well in her hard-earned time for herself.
I'm glad you folks are out there, glad to have you in my home.
Cheers to all of you.
Scott Anderson

Really will miss her on screen. Her professionalism is what drew me to channel 7 for daily news. She's a class act who deserves the future she's earned.
Denver7 Viewer, Anne fan

We are from San Antonio, Texas, moved to Lakewood Colorado in 2003 and at that time there weren’t many Hispanics on local news. When we first moved here, it was kind of shocking to see her as one of the main anchors. Coming from San Antonio, it was more common in that city.

We were just so happy to see somebody like us on TV and from there on out, we never watched any of the other channels and we always stuck with Anne Trujillo. It makes me really sad that we won’t be able to see her every day, but so happy to see her and as a woman, she represented our community, our last names and our culture. ‘We’re all going to be very sad, but I'm glad now she’s able to retire and do her own life. We’re going to miss her.


I am 82 years old and I got a tv for the first time 5 years ago. I have been a fan of you ever since I saw you five years ago.
I live in the mountains and never had access to a television, and I just wanted to let you know that I think you and Shannon are a class act. You made the news a class act in Denver, thank you so much.

Judith, Anne fan

I was in the sports department… when Anne arrived at KMGH. We knew this young lady was going to be a star. She had everything it took to get the job done, including a willing and cooperative spirit. She was prepared. She came to work everyday to do the best she possibly could, and it has shown in the time that she has been there. Congratulations to Anne on a wonderful career at Denver7 and best of luck going forward.
Jeff Thomas

Thank you, Anne, for your steady and reassuring presence during some of the bleakest times that we’ve had. You’ve been so solid and it’s been a blessing to have you there. Best of luck and thank you.

My grandmother and I used to watch Anne for every newscast at night. She’s been gone 17 years, and I know she would have wanted me to send congratulations for her, and from us! Thank you, Anne. Have a great journey!

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