Pat Boyette

Pat Boyette

About Pat Boyette

Pat Boyette (July 27, 1923, San Antonio, Texas-January 14, 2000) was an American broadcasting personality and news producer, and later a comic book artist best known for two decades of work for Charlton Comics, where he co-created the character The Peacemaker. He sometimes used the pen names Sam Swell, Bruce Lovelace, and Alexander Barnes. Born and raised in San Antonio, Texas, Pat Boyette entered radio drama as a youngster, performing on a local soap opera. Learning radio production in the process, he became a broadcast journalist WOAI-AM, returning to this career following his World War II military service as a cryptographer. He later segued into television, becoming a TV news anchor in San Antonio.

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