SIOUX CITY | Emmy-winning television host Dick Cavett will head to a Northeast Nebraska event with some additional cash in his pocket.
Cavett, who hosted "The Dick Cavett Show" from 1968 to 1986, will make three appearances in Nebraska. During his first event on Saturday in Lincoln, Meaghan Aguirre, director of the Unclaimed Property Division of the Nebraska State Treasurer’s Office, will present a check for unclaimed property to Cavett.
Cavett also will appear at Wayne State College in Wayne on Monday. The Black and Gold Performing Arts Series and the John G. Neihardt Foundation at the college are presenting “A Conversation with Dick Cavett featuring Ron Hull.”
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A native of Gibbon, Nebraska, Cavett grew up in Lincoln. He is a three-time Emmy Award winner with a television career spanning five decades. “The Dick Cavett Show” featured his conversational style and in-depth discussions
The Unclaimed Property Division of the Nebraska State Treasurer’s Office is responsible for returning unclaimed property to rightful owners. Common forms of unclaimed property are uncashed paychecks, rental deposits, utility deposits, stocks, dividends, insurance payments, savings bonds and matured CDs.
The State Treasurer’s Office is holding $170 million in unclaimed property for 350,000 Nebraskans, former Nebraskans, and heirs. The office returned a record $16.3 million to owners in 2016.